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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (often shortened to Huck Finn) is a novel written by American humorist Mark Twain. It is commonly used and accounted as one of the first Great American Novels. It is also one of the first major American novels written using Local Color Regionalism, or vernacular, told in the first person by the eponymous Huckleberry "Huck" Finn, best friend of Tom Sawyer and hero of three other Mark Twain books.

Hardcover, 250 pages
Published on July 1, 1970 by MacMillan Publishing Company
ISBN-10: 0027895505
ISBN-13: 9780027895506
22 Book Reviews
  • applebutter
    applebutterover 3 years55 stars
    A runaway child, an escaped slave, and a bunch of drama along the way. This is a friendly book and full of adventures.
    • zach dover 4 years
      boring... difficult read.... good ending though.
      • zingisme213
        zingisme213over 4 years55 stars
        Summery This is a really good book about a kid named Huck, and Miss Watson, a rich old lady, wants to civilize Huck. Huck doesn't like that, but then his Pa steals him, and takes him to a shack in the woods. Huck escapes, and meets an slave named Jim, who ran away when he heard he will be sold to New Orleans. They travel over the Mississippi River. At the end, Jim wins his freedom, and Huck starts a life on the Mississippi. I think the age range is... 10 to 16 Because it might be a bit of a hard read. Do you think this reading should be made into a film? Why or why not? I think it might be a movie, but I don’t really think it’s very good movie material. How can you change one component of this reading to make it more enticing? No, I think it’s good enough already. Does this book share a relevance to our current location? Why or why not? It doesn't really share any relevance to our location.
        • penz
          penzalmost 5 years44 stars
          When we chose are dogs and cat names my parents named them after this book. There names are Huckleberry, Finn, and Jim. This book was exciting and unquce.
          • criminalcat01
            criminalcat01almost 5 years55 stars
            This book is really really good I read it when I was in 4th grade. I recommend this book to every single living being.
          • robo25almost 6 years
            OMG MARK TWAIN
            • robo25about 6 years
              I love this book and I am doing a book report on it
              • robo25about 6 years
                this book is cool
                • grace411
                  grace411over 6 years55 stars
                  Marck Twains classics are enjoyable. Huck saves and helps similar to Tom Sawyer. To understand the story you need to read Tom Sawyer which I read last summer during a reading club.
                  • tofolo
                    tofoloalmost 8 years
                    hello teacher my notebook has forgot on the classroom