'Wicked, wild and wonderful, Horrible Harriet is not your average child.
'She lives in the roof of her school and keeps teachers chained in the cellar to do her homework! But all Harriet really wants is a friend. When Athol Egghead lands in his hot air balloon, Harriet finally meets someone who understands her. Then Mr Chicken arrives… Fortunately Horrible Harriet knows how to handle him…Or does she?
'Filled with songs, laughs and mischievous fun, this hilarious tale of friendship and identity is sure to have students captivated as they watch Australian Children’s Laureate Leigh Hobbs’ bestselling series come to life on stage.' (Production summary)
This is affiliated with Dr Laurel Cohn's Picture Book Diet because it contains representations of food and/or food practices.
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