"You see things and you say Why? But I dream things that never were and I say, why not?" George Bernhard Shaw

Imagine Harry
by Kate Klise

"They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." Edgar Allan Poe

Imagine Harry takes you along to live with Little Rabbit for a time. Little Rabbit has lots of friends, but only one BEST FRIEND, Harry. His other friends cannot see Harry. But Little Rabbit can see him and play with him. In fact when Little Rabbit drinks a glass of lemonade, Harry has to drink one, too. When Little Rabbit eats, Harry sits next to him on his own chair. Together, they climb trees and go swimming. What will happen when Little Rabbit goes to the school? Will Harry get to go, too?

When you read Imagine Harry, you will be grateful to know you were not alone when you remember having a special friend like Harry. An early imagination is crucial to developing giftedness and problem solving as adults!


49 Primary Literature Guides with Imagine Harry
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Internet Extensions for Imagine Harry:
Imaginative Physical Education Warm-Ups
The Value of Imagination

Nurturing Imagination

Imaginative Activities Compared to Testing Activities


"I think it's a brilliant thing for a child to sense that adults are actually on the frontier of their own unknown. Not only that, but that they are there in a joyful way. They aren't feeling diminished because they don't have all the answers--they are actually looking to some horizon that is giving them a grand vista. Children can feel this in a palatable way." From Cultivating Imagination in Children


"You can't depend on your judgment when your imagination is out of focus." Mark Twain

Imaginative Literature Connections:
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Badger's Fancy Meal by Keiko Kasza
Bean Thirteen by Matthew McElligott
Big Smelly Bear by Britta Teckentrup
Bob and Otto by Robert and Nick Bruel
Click, Clack, Moo, Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin
Diary of a Fly by Doreen Cronin
Dog and Bear: Two Friends, Three Stories by Laura Vaccaro Seeger
Duck and Goose by Tad Hills
Duck for President by Doreen Cronin
Fiesta Fiasco by Ann Whitford Paul
Hi! Fly Guy and Super Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold
Look! Look! Look! by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace
The Perfect Nest by Catherine Friend
Pip and Squeak by Ian Schoenherr
Slugs in Love by Susan Pearson
Very Hairy Bear by Alice Schertle
You Can Do Anything, Daddy by Michael Rex
Waynetta and the Cornstalk by Helen Ketteman

A 9-page Unit for
Imagine Harry by Kate and M. Sarah Klise is part of a collection of 50 units in Stepstone Stories
The Unit Contains:
Crossword Puzzle

Discussion Cards
Multiple Choice
Logic Puzzle
Fair Share
Fact or Fantasy
Math and More!

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