What would you write a book about?
Mr Silly’s story began with himself, but then he decided to include his friends. He knew that if his friends were in the book then they would want to read it, just like you.
Enjoy this very silly book about Mr Silly’s book!
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What the Toppsta reviewers think:
‘Perhaps the highest recommendation for the book – on finishing it Sophie said “I could write a book about me, with my friends Evelyn, Emma and Molly in it…….” and wandered off to find some paper and pencils. Mission accomplished.’ – Kathryn read to Sophie, age 4
‘Another great addition to the Mr Men series, Mr Silly decides to write a book about himself using a carrot for a pen! As usual it contains all the silly things Mr Silly gets up to like buying a book one page at a time. Mr Silly realises he needs to include some of his friends so this book includes some of the favourite Mr Men. Great story, nice length and very jolly.’ – Ragdollkhan read to Ragdollkhanbaby, age 6
‘Great simple storytelling at its best.’ – Rebecca read to Gabriella, age 3 and Alex, age 9
‘As a child I read quite a lot of the Mr. Men and Little Miss book series and now am delighted to share these stories with my children. What’s brilliant is there are always fun, new Mr. Men books being made and this is a great example. In this story Mr. Silly decides to write a book all about himself. Quite quickly in the story Mr. Silly realises that he needs to include his friends in his new book as well. He writes about how his friends read their books (our favourite was Mr. Wrong reading literally upside down). We also laughed at Mr. Wrong writing his book with a carrot. The final joke of the book is definitely our favourite but we won’t give that away. We highly recommend this fun short story.’ – Amy read to Noah, age 7 and Flynn, age 4
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