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Imagination According to Humphrey (According to Humphrey #11) Humphrey S Eleventh Adventure Celebrates Stories, Writing, And The Power Of The Imagination Imaginations Are Running Wild In Mrs Brisbane S Class, But Humphrey Is Stumped His Friends Are Writing About Where They Would Go If They Could Fly, But Humphrey Is HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY Right Where He Is In Room 26.It S Pawsitively Easy For Humphrey To Picture Exciting Adventures With Dragons And Knights In The Story Mrs Brisbane Is Reading Aloud He Has No Trouble Coming Up With Plans To Help His Friends And Tricks To Entertain Them His Imagination Even Goes A Little Too Far When He Wonders If Carlos S Imaginary Friend Might Be A Ghost.If Only His Imagination Wouldn T Disappear When He Tries To Write Luckily, Humphrey Likes A Challenge, And Mrs Brisbane Has Lots Of Writing Tips That Do The Trick.

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10 thoughts on “Imagination According to Humphrey (According to Humphrey #11)

  1. says:

    This Humphrey story is all about using your imagination to create amazing stories about grand adventures Humphrey learns along with his classmates in Room 26 about what makes a good story and how to be creative when you are writing one Humphrey writes his own story as his classmates make theirs He goes on some interesting adventures to classmates homes

  2. says:

    My 6 year old son enjoyed this book a lot I thought it had some clever parts as well.

  3. says:

    My first grade son had been looking forward to reading this book ever since we saw a Coming Soon advertisement at the end of one of the other Humphrey books We were super excited to finally read it In many ways, this book delivers just what you would expect from a Humphrey book Humphrey pays attention in class, he sometimes leaves his cage during the week when the schoo

  4. says:

    School Library Journal November 01, 2014 9780399257971 Gr 2 4 The students in Room 26 at Longfellow School are on their way to becoming writers Mrs Brisbane is encouraging them to use their imagination and fill in the blank to the sentence If I could fly, I would _____ Humphrey, the class hamster, wants to try, too, but finds himself suffering from a case of writer s block All a

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    I truly enjoyed how the students are led to build their stories I especially loved when one student helps another one who is struggling to write his story by asking questions about his story, and then neatly adding adjective to givepower to it I was really taken by Humphrey s take on imagination, and how he comes up with his own story, showing how much he cares about his friends spoiler

  6. says:

    I liked this book, and my son liked this book, but we didn t think it was Humphrey at his best As another reviewer pointed out, what were talked about in this book were homophones , and not homonyms it is kind of a small point, unless you are in school learn...

  7. says:

    I m sorry Betty Birney, you dropped the ball on this one s resolution The problem of the book Joey s absent family and most likely leaning disability which is labeled as is struggling with his writing assignment isn t solved Humphrey solves problems That s who he is I ho...

  8. says:

    Another cute installment of the Humphrey series My third grader loves reading these books together with me I liked the writing theme in this book and the students families that we learnedabout I love that kids always learn to be helpful to others, that all kids...

  9. says:

    My second grade reading group and I very much enjoyed this book There were some great writing ideas and lessons that the students were able to learn from and connect with Humphrey continues to be a fun, positive, and age appropriate choice for young, but high readers.

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