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Song Lee and the Leech Man

Song Lee and the Leech Man

by Suzy Kline Illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz

Horrible Harry must behave for the next week, or he won't be allowed to go on the class trip to the pond. But when tattletale Sidney comes too close to getting Harry and his friends in trouble, Harry plans to get his revenge during the class trip.

His plan backfires, however, and Harry, rather than Sidney, ends up falling into the pond. When he climbs out, leeches are stuck all over his body, but Song Lee comes to the rescue.

Ages
5, 7
Interest Level
Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent
2.8
Lexile Measure
420L
DRA
20
Guided Reading
L
Publisher
Puffin Books
Book Type
Early Chapter Book
Number of Pages
64
Genre
Comedy and Humor

About the Author and Illustrator

Contributor Image Alt Tag Suzy Kline Discusses how children's author Suzy Kline starting writing when she was eight and how her career developed to the point of her writing Shhhh! and its sequel Don't Touch!
Frank Remkiewicz Frank Remciewicz is best known for his illustration of the popular Horrible Harry series by Suzy Kline and the bestselling Froggy series by Jonathan London. Frank has also written and illustrated several books of his own, including "The Last Time I Saw Harris" and others. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.

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