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Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster

This book, Harry Watson’s High School Days; Or, The Rivals of Rivertown, by Frank V. Webster, is juvenile fiction.

Everything About Harry Watson’s High School Days

Below, we give a brief overview of the book and links to where you can read it (some are FREE). We’ve also included our findings online for activities, quizzes, and worksheets related to the book. All of the work has been done for you, and it’s all here! *Occasionally, we will update the resources for this book; so, check back in, or sign up for the MiniMize Newsletter.

The Pictures from Harry Watson’s High School Days

Before we begin, I would like to point out the pictures in this article.

Harry Watson's High School Days book cover.

All were taken from the Project Gutenberg version of Harry Watson’s High School Days, found here.

*This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.  You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org.

Cover Art and illustrations for this edition of Harry Watson’s High School Days were presumably made by the publisherCUPPLES & LEON COMPANY.

The four black and white illustrations do not list an illustrator.

I’d like to thank Project Gutenberg for making this book and its illustrations available online to the public.

To see all of the pictures for this book, go here.

All other pictures were produced by Amazon as links to copies available for purchase.

Subjects Covered in Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster

There are two subjects covered by Harry Watson’s High School Days.

These subjects are Literature and Social Studies/Good Citizenship.

Reading Level of Harry Watson’s High School Days

Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster, is appropriate for Middle Grade and Young Adult readers.

This means that it can be read from approximately 6th grade into adulthood; or at around 12 years of age.

Placement In the MiniMize Book List

Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster, is book number 180 in the MiniMize Homeschool book list.

This places it in the Middle School Level.

The book is the 2nd book to be read during Year 8 of school.

Book Content

The adventure follows Harry, a student at Rivertown High, as he proves his worth to his peers.

Accused of many ill deeds, Harry struggles to keep his composure and act in a respectful way.

Readers will learn about what it takes to be a real hero.

Chapters – Harry Watson’s High School Days

This book contains 25 Chapters. The chapter titles, taken from the Gutenberg book (below), are as follows:

I.             Harry Shows His Mettle

Harry Watson's High School Days illustration, "With the new student still borne aloft they retraced their steps."

II.            Jed Brown Finds a Protector

III.           Socker’s Plot

IV.          Harry Shows His Grit

V.            The Race on Skates

VI.          The Girls’ Race

VII.         The Rivalry Between Harry and Elmer

VIII.        Paul’s Party

IX.           The False Charge

X.            Harry is Exonerated

XI.           “Old Grouch”

XII.         Pledged to the Pi Etas

XIII.        A Serious Charge

XIV.        The Boys Appoint a Committee

XV.         Mr. Larmore Issues an Ultimatum

XVI.        Stumbling Across a Clue

XVII.      The Trip to Lumberport

XVIII.     Harry Arranges for a Settlement

XIX.        Upholding the Honor of Rivertown

XX.         Harry Receives Bad News

XXI.        Elmer Baits His Rival

XXII.       Dark Days

XXIII.     A Mile a Minute Spin

XXIV.     Harry Pilots the Lightning

XXV.      “All’s Well that Ends Well”

Activities for Harry Watson’s High School Days

We found no existing worksheets or activities for use with this book.

As always, we tried searching for “Harry Watson’s High School Days Book Test.”

Then, we tried test, quiz, activities, reading guide, study guide, and other combinations of words.

Unfortunately, we could not find anything.

A MiniMize Worksheet

Harry Watson's High School Days illustration, "Watson! Watson! Watson!"

Light at the end of the tunnel!

The MiniMize Life is creating a fill in the blank worksheet for Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster.

This worksheet will contain 3 pages with 25 days of activities and a total of 25 questions in all.

An Answer Key is also attached at the end of the worksheet.

How the Worksheet Works

This worksheet will guide a student through reading the book and prompt them to complete a simple activity.

The student will begin each day by reading the day’s first question and the corresponding chapter.

Next, they will find the sentence in the chapter and fill in the missing words.

Student Instructions

Instructions on the MiniMize Worksheet for Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster, state the following.

Number 1, below, is a sentence from Chapter 1, number 2 from Chapter 2, etc. Read the entire chapter, then find the sentence, below, in the Chapter. In the blanks, write the missing words.

Where Can I Get the MiniMize Worksheet?

The MiniMize Worksheet described above is currently in production.

The Worksheet has been developed and is awaiting editing and copyright processes.

When these have been completed, The MiniMize Life will release the worksheet and make it available here.

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Read Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster

If you just can’t wait to read Harry Watson’s High School Days, The MiniMize Life has found it in multiple formats for you!

Below, you will find links to e-books, audiobooks, and other formats for free and for purchase.

Free E-Books

We all LOVE free stuff!

Below, are the MiniMize recommended e-books for Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster. While free isn’t always better, we want to make sure that you can homeschool no matter what your financial situation might be.

Each section explains a little about the version and gives you a link to the FREE BOOK.

Gutenberg

You must know, Gutenberg.org is all about free, open-source, and public domain.

This version of Harry Watson’s High School Days works perfectly for many eReaders and devices.

The FREE e-book from gutenberg.org can be found here.

A word of caution: the audio readings offered by Gutenberg sound a bit robotic. That’s by design so that anyone can use the data on any operating system.

*This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.  You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org.

Audio Books

Want an audio version of the book?

They’re especially helpful on long car rides!

Unfortunately, there are no known existing audiobooks for Harry Watson’s High School Days.

The MiniMize Life plans to record an audio version of this book.

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Bound and Kindle Books

Sometimes, you just want to touch and smell a real book, right?

That’s what Amazon’s for!

If printing and binding the book yourself from one of the choices above doesn’t sound appealing, here’s the alternative.

If you prefer to buy Harry Watson’s High School Days, by Frank V. Webster already bound and printed, you can purchase a copy on Amazon, here.

KINDLE BOOK

Kindle is always better when it comes to eBooks. I want to buy it, and read it; quick as that. And Kindle lets me get stuff done quickly.

If you’re like me, and you want it on Kindle, try this one!

Harry Watson’s High School Days; Or, The Rivals of Rivertown, by Frank V. Webster

That’s everything so far.

Remember, though, we will be updating this information from time to time.

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