Henry Potty and the Pet Rock Sample Chapters by Valerie Frankel

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SUMMARY: Catastrophe strikes Chickenfeet Academy, and itís not just the cafeteria food. Lord Revolting, murderous goldfish-flusher, needs Really Wimpyís pet rock to conquer the world! While battling him with squirt guns and cheesy how-to guides, Henry Potty aces H


An Unauthorized Harry Potter Parody



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This edition published 2006
Copyright Valerie Frankel 2001

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This book is a work of fiction. The characters and situations
in this story are imaginary. No resemblance is intended between
these characters and any real persons, either living or dead.

Henry Potty and the Pet Rock is an unauthorized parody of the Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling. None of the individuals or companies associated with this series or any merchandise based on this series has in any way sponsored, approved, endorsed, or authorized this book.

Cover Art by Anica Moss

Paperback ISBN 978-1-59594-088-9


To all those in need of healing through the joy of laughter. I sure hope it helps.

Table of Contents



Chapter 1: A Pile of Letters 7

Chapter 2: Of Rats and Gizzards 14

Chapter 3: A Real Ladies' Man 23

Chapter 4: Classroom Calamities 29

Chapter 5: The Parrot and the Gum 36

Chapter 6: The Runaway Rock 44

Chapter 7: Stuff and Destroyers and Dragons, Oh My! 50

Chapter 8: To Be Kicked Out or Not to Be 56

Chapter 9: The Secret, Unexpected Surprise Twist 61

Chapter 10: Dinosaur Time 65



That Little Chapter Before the Prologue

Author's Note: The characters in this story are trained professionals. They have a great deal of experience at flying on vacuum cleaners, creating hot dogs by magical means, or scheming to achieve eternal life and total world domination. Please, do not try these things at home.

Supplementary Note: Adults, don't worry. This book is rated G and perfectly suitable for children of all ages. Children, don't worry. If your parents try to sneak the book away so that they can read it themselves, you can always hide it under the floorboards of a haunted, abandoned mansion with rhinoceros guards in pink polka-dot bathing suits to prevent anyone from taking it. Or failing that, it's small enough to go under your pillow.

Supplementary Supplement: This book has been translated from American English into British English.

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