Danielle’s Story

When her teacher demanded to see the notebook that so preoccupied her, eight-year-old Danielle Prohom ran from her classroom screaming, “No! I’m never handing it over!” Knowing the jig would be up if all the teachers in the school read the copious nasty notes she’d taken on them, she tore the book into tiny pieces and flushed them down the toilet.

Katherine Dodds, “Harriet the Spy: A Hero for the ’90s,” Ms. July/August 1996, p. 80.

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