Adventure According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney

By Betty G. Birney

The scholars in Room 26 are studying approximately boats and development their very own for a race on Potter's Pond. Humphrey the hamster loves dreaming approximately being a pirate and observing his acquaintances construct ships. but if he mistakenly finally ends up at sea at the day of the boat race, he unearths himself in the midst of extra experience than he bargained for! Humphrey is again during this captivating tale of a hamster at the excessive seas of hilarity.

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I’m Mr. Fitch, the librarian,” he continued. So it was Fitch, not Fish. But he looked a little bit like a fish with his big round eyes and his large round mouth. Then there was that shirt with the black-and-white stripes and all that blue water behind him. What was all that blue water doing in the library? Was this the ocean after all? ” Lower-Your-Voice-A. J. shouted in his loudest voice. Garth held my hamster ball up, and when I stopped swaying from side to side, I saw lots and lots of blue water filled with lots and lots of fish!

Fitch said. Mrs. Wright scurried across the room in her puffy white shoes. She headed for the temperature control on the wall. But before she reached it, her puffy white shoes stopped right in their tracks next to the edge of my table. ” she asked huffily. ” asked Mr. Fitch. ” It was pretty clear what “it” Mrs. Wright was talking about. She was staring right at me. “The rat,” she said. Mrs. Brisbane quickly corrected her. ” “Whatever,” Mrs. Wright replied. ” Mr. Fitch smiled. ” “Because he’s out of his cage.

Tall ships were amazing with MANY-MANY-MANY sails billowing in the wind! ” Richie picked up his pencil. ” He started to draw on the paper, but Kirk reached out and stopped Richie’s hand. “A figurehead? I don’t want to take the chance. ” Richie stopped drawing, but he didn’t look very happy. “It would look good,” he complained. “Yep,” Kirk agreed. ” “Sure,” Richie said, although he didn’t sound completely convinced. ” Kirk asked. ” Richie asked. “It didn’t say anything. ” Kirk joked, and Richie laughed.

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