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  1. says:

    Although I thought it has a bit of a slow start The Haunting of Henry Davis turned out to be a cute book about friendshipThe story is told from Barbara Anne's POV about how she first met Henry Davis and how they became friends Barbara Anne is a force to be reckoned with and Henry I believe for the most part was just along for the ridelolWhen Barbara Anne is just first getting to know Henry she finds out that he is harboring a secr

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    Westerville Public Library CopyBarbara Anne becomes friends with pale sickly looking Henry Davis when he comes to her school by accident than by purpose Her mother always has told her to be nice to new students and Henry certainly needs some

  3. says:

    The Haunting of Henry Davis ended up going in a direction that I didn't expect I guess I was expecting it to be scarier than it ended

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    Barbara Anne knows there’s something different about new kid Henry Davis who prefers to sit alone with his mysterious sketch book Henry soon confesses to Barbara Anne that he’s being haunted by a boy named Edgar The two new friends set out to discover just who Edgar was and why he’s still around Along the way they find unlikely help dive into the past and learn a thing or two about friendship Kathryn Siebel’s The Haunting of Henry

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    45 Although I do know the author personally this review is honest I really enjoyed this book I can see the appeal for mid upper grade schoolers both male and female Although there's a ghost it's not scary and there's a nice little injection of history dealing with WWI and the Spanish Flu epidemic

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    This a fun book to read in the fall The only weird thing about it is that it seems to straddle the present day and the last in that the main character’s name Barbara Anne is not very common today and here seemed to be something off about the phrases kids used something old fashioned

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    Although I thought it has a bit of a slow start The Haunting of Henry Davis turned out to be a cute book about friendshipThe story is told from Barbara Anne’s POV about how she first met Henry Davis and how they became friends Barbara Anne is a force to be reckoned with and Henry I believe for the most part was just along for the

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    At the heart of Kathryn Siebel's The Haunting of Henry Davis is a story of friendship but that story is wrapped in mystery and ghosts When Barbara Anne befriends Henry Davis the weird uiet kid at school she has no idea the kind of adventure she's going to go on Henry has a secret and that secret is he is being haunted by a ghost Barbara Anne finds out Henry's secret and being the take charge kind of girl she is decides that she

  9. says:

    Eual parts spooky ghost story and sweet friendship story with a nice dash of history mixed in Readers will come for the ghost story and stay for the compelling characters There are some uite eerie episodes but not too scary and Siebel does a great job with weaving in the historical information through the foursome's resear

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    For me this one was a bit hit and missand that's okay Not every book will tick everyone's boxes but some were tic

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Two kids are about to find out that their lives are anything but ordinary when a ghost arrives and stirs up adventure Perfect for fans of A Tale Dark and GrimmGhosts only haunt when they've left something behindWhen Henry Davis moves into the neighborhood The Haunting of Henry Davis ended up going in a direction that I didn t expect I guess I was expecting it to be scarier than it ended up being While the book didn t end up being too scary I did find it an interesting read Barbara Anne as a narrator was amusing with her bossy tendencies I enjoyed the characters Barbara Anne Henry Zack and Renee It was also interesting to have a secondary character be the one being haunted instead of the main character Barbara Anne in this case But it made Barbara Anne s bossiness stand out all the as she pushed Henry to follow her lead in trying to figure out why Edgar is haunting him Unfortunately for all four kids Barbara Anne s ideas were often rather disastrous But the inclusion of the historical elements created a bit of a mystery that I found interesting I m not sure how interesting young readers will find it but I enjoyed it The pranks that Edgar kept pulling on poor Henry as well as the sickness that Henry struggled with led me to think that things were heading in a different direction than they ended up going That was a nice surprise because I figured out a lot of things fairly early in the story although young readers without a strong history background probably won t However that surprising turn at the end makes the ending less exciting than it could have been The story rather than being scary turns out to focus on the ups and downs of friendship which makes for an interesting read but not a scary one I wasn t real comfortable with all the things that Barbara Anne did such as using a ouija board but the author doesn t make a big deal out of it A fun read for students who like ghost stories that aren t so scary The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) read Barbara Anne as a narrator was amusing with her bossy tendencies I enjoyed the characters Barbara Anne Henry Zack and Renee It was also interesting to have a secondary character be the one being haunted instead of the main character Barbara Anne in this case But it made Barbara Anne s bossiness stand out all the as she pushed Henry to follow her lead in trying to figure out why Edgar is haunting him Unfortunately for all four kids Barbara Anne s ideas were often Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic rather disastrous But the inclusion of the historical elements created a bit of a mystery that I found interesting I m not sure how interesting young Earthfall (Homecoming, readers will find it but I enjoyed it The pranks that Edgar kept pulling on poor Henry as well as the sickness that Henry struggled with led me to think that things were heading in a different direction than they ended up going That was a nice surprise because I figured out a lot of things fairly early in the story although young A Daddy for Christmas readers without a strong history background probably won t However that surprising turn at the end makes the ending less exciting than it could have been The story Banned in Britain rather than being scary turns out to focus on the ups and downs of friendship which makes for an interesting Hour of the Beast read but not a scary one I wasn t Dictionary Of Dreams real comfortable with all the things that Barbara Anne did such as using a ouija board but the author doesn t make a big deal out of it A fun The Love of a Latino read for students who like ghost stories that aren t so scary

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Being haunted by a ghost named EdgarWith the help of some new friends this unlikely duo is off on an adventure to discover who Edgar was while alive and why he's haunting Henry now Together they might just help Edgar find what he needs to finally be at pea Although I thought it has a bit of a slow start The Haunting of Henry Davis turned out to be a cute book about friendshipThe story is told from Barbara Anne s POV about how she first met Henry Davis and how they became friends Barbara Anne is a force to be reckoned with and Henry I believe for the most part was just along for the ridelolWhen Barbara Anne is just first getting to know Henry she finds out that he is harboring a secret but then really all of her cubicle mates are in some ways His might be the most interesting as he is being haunted by the ghost of Edgar a young boy who died of the spanish fluIt does get sightly spooky at times as they try and figure out why Edgar is haunting Henry why he is still hanging around etc The they learn about him they also learn a little about WWI and the flu epidemic and how it all came about The reluctantly befriend an older lady who was actually friends with Edgar when they were littleBarbara learns a lot but not just about Edgar but about Zack and Renee her other cubicle mates from school and the secrets they have that makes them act the way that they do She also learns a lot about herself and how she can be a little bossy at timesI really liked all the characters in the story and they each have their own little problems that they are dealing with from anger to grief By the end of the story I really liked them all as it just took getting to know them all a bit better just like Barbara Anne didI really liked that it teaches some history about WWI and the Spanish flu outbreak as I am sure kids today don t know a lot about that and how it affected many people I like stories that teach me something especially when I know kids will be reading it I also liked the story of friendshipOverall I think it is a great book for young readers with a little added paranormal spookiness mixed in The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) reckoned with and Henry I believe for the most part was just along for the Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic ridelolWhen Barbara Anne is just first getting to know Henry she finds out that he is harboring a secret but then Earthfall (Homecoming, really all of her cubicle mates are in some ways His might be the most interesting as he is being haunted by the ghost of Edgar a young boy who died of the spanish fluIt does get sightly spooky at times as they try and figure out why Edgar is haunting Henry why he is still hanging around etc The they learn about him they also learn a little about WWI and the flu epidemic and how it all came about The A Daddy for Christmas reluctantly befriend an older lady who was actually friends with Edgar when they were littleBarbara learns a lot but not just about Edgar but about Zack and Renee her other cubicle mates from school and the secrets they have that makes them act the way that they do She also learns a lot about herself and how she can be a little bossy at timesI Banned in Britain really liked all the characters in the story and they each have their own little problems that they are dealing with from anger to grief By the end of the story I Hour of the Beast really liked them all as it just took getting to know them all a bit better just like Barbara Anne didI Dictionary Of Dreams really liked that it teaches some history about WWI and the Spanish flu outbreak as I am sure kids today don t know a lot about that and how it affected many people I like stories that teach me something especially when I know kids will be The Love of a Latino reading it I also liked the story of friendshipOverall I think it is a great book for young Other Days, Other Eyes readers with a little added paranormal spookiness mixed in

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Barbara Anne and her classmates at Washington Carver Elementary don't know what to make of him He's pale small odd For curious Barbara Anne Henry's also a riddle a boy who sits alone at recess sketching in a mysterious notebook a boy she soon learns who's Barbara Anne knows there s something different about new kid Henry Davis who prefers to sit alone with his mysterious sketch book Henry soon confesses to Barbara Anne that he s being haunted by a boy named Edgar The two new friends set out to discover just who Edgar was and why he s still around Along the way they find unlikely help dive into the past and learn a thing or two about friendship Kathryn Siebel s The Haunting of Henry Davis is a uirky and cute middle grade read for young readers who love a few chills and thrills in their stories Part mystery part ghost story and part heartfelt friendship adventure this book offers readers a refreshing and imaginative tale The spooky spine tingly moments are just scary enough to be fun and exciting without being over the top too much Young readers will enjoy diving into the mystery of Edgar and getting a glimpse into the past Siebel cleverly lays out snippets and clues to this mystery and its relevance to the characters allowing readers to slowly connect the dots This story is not all scares though it touches on some real life issues like grief complicated family dynamics and the power of friendship and does so thoughtfully Readers will jump into The Haunting of Henry Davis for the spooks but will happily find a lot of humor and heart as well