George beard and harold hutchins

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Harold Hutchins (Author of The Adventures of Ook and Gluk, Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future)

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George and Harold

Harold Hutchins is clever, witty, curious, and a good drawer. He is a year-old boy who lives with his mom and sister at Vine Street in Piqua, Ohio, where he and his best friend, George Beard , attend fifth grade currently together at Jerome Horwitz Elementary School. Dubbed as "the boy on the right with the T-shirt and the bad haircut", he is the one of the main characters of the Captain Underpants series. Harold's father had recently gotten divorced and moved to Nevada almost six months ago, none of which had been easy for Harold. He didn't talk much about the subject, and kept to himself, mostly, and drew lots and lots of pictures, mainly about monsters and superheroes.

Captain Underpants is an illustrated children's novel series by American author and illustrator Dav Pilkey.
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George Beard

He is best friends with Harold Hutchins , and is the protagonist of the Captain Underpants series. He lives with his parents and two cats. George Beard was born a quarter of a year after his best friend Harold Hutchins. Described as a "precocious" child, George's mother had already taught him how to read and write, and by kindergarten, scored higher on tests "than most children half his age. George's parents, however, came to question that decision, as although it helped George develop adept social skills and was well-liked by his classmates, he was often bored in class due to his higher intellect and sometimes got into mischief, to the dismay of his teachers and parents. When not riding his skateboard, reading comic books and graphic novels, or watching monster movies, George would often write stories, and had reportedly "filled up" twenty spiral notebooks full of "marvelously silly adventure stories" he had written, one such being The Fart That Ate Detroit.

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5 thoughts on “Harold Hutchins (Author of The Adventures of Ook and Gluk, Kung-Fu Cavemen from the Future)

  1. Two fourth grade pranksters, who are best friends and next-door neighbors and the main protagonists of the series.

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