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Mr. Happy (Mr. Men and Little Miss)by Roger Hargreaves
Synopses & Reviews
In the grand tradition of andldquo;Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittensandrdquo; comes an uplifting tribute to 100 everyday things worth celebrating. The list, in rhyming couplets, draws directly from a preschoolandshy;erandrsquo;s worldandmdash;from slippery floors to dinosaurs, from goldfish to a birthday wish. Amy Schwartz weaves a masterful balance between art and text, with each of the 100 items portrayed as its own well-observed and warmly detailed vignette. While the contents provide readers with a frame of reference for the quantity of andldquo;100andrdquo;andmdash;a celebratory milestone in preschools and early elementary gradesandmdash;the oversized pages envelop young children in the wonderful things surrounding them.
Praise for 100 Things That Make Me Happy
andquot;A fun, engaging read.andquot;
--School Library Journal, starred review
They're back! Rediscover the zaniest characters you've ever met in this best-selling series which has sold millions worldwide. Bright and charming, with easily recognizable characters and a small take-along format, Mr. Men and Little Miss books are easy enough for young readers, witty enough for humor-prone adults, and highly collectible for one and all. Also check your local listings to view the Mr. Men and Little Miss TV show.
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They're back! Rediscover the zaniest characters you've ever met in this bestselling series which has sold millions worldwide. Just in time for Fall 1997's hot new animated TV show, Mr. Men and Little Miss "TM" are being relaunched in the U.S. Bright and charming, with easily recognizable characters and a small take-along format, Mr. Men and Little Miss "TM" books are easy enough for young readers, witty enough for humor-prone adults, and highly collectible for one and all. Great crosssover potential — again!<P>Mr. Happy meets someone who looks just like him — and his name is Mr. Miserable!
About the Author
The late Roger Hargreaves created the Mr. Men series for his son, Adam, who currently oversees the estate and creates illustrations for new Mr. Men books.
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