The Blurb On The Back:
It’s the first day of school and LITTLE MISS TINY is very excited! There is so much to learn and so many new friends to make.
Step in to LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE’S classroom and join all your favourite MR MEN and LITTLE MISS for a busy day at school!
MR MEN LITTLE MISS GO TO SCHOOL was released in the United Kingdom on 7th July 2022. Thanks to the Amazon Vine Programme for the review copy of this book.
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The Review (Cut For Spoilers):
It’s Little Miss Tiny’s first day of school and she is very excited – so excited that she gets there before it even opens! Her teacher is Little Miss Sunshine who has a full day of lessons classed, including writing, painting and maths. All this and Little Miss Tiny also has friends to make and new experiences to have. It’s a lot to take in when you’re as small as Little Miss Tiny!
Based on his father Roger Hargreaves’s hugely successful LITTLE MISS and MR MEN SERIES, Adam Hargreaves’s self-illustrated picture book (part of the MR MEN LITTLE MISS EVERY DAY SERIES), this book is perfect for young readers who are about to have their own first day in school and may be feeling a little anxious about it by showing them how the Mr Men and Little Miss go to school and have their own silly experiences.
I’m really pleased to see Adam Hargreaves continuing his father’s work with new books that bring silly humour to a new generation of young readers. This book has Little Miss Tiny as the main character and I enjoyed how Hargreaves brings in the other Mr Men and Little Miss characters – especially Mr Silly’s P.E. lesson and the picture that Mr Greedy draws in the art class. Hargreaves does a neat job of showing the friendship between Little Miss Tiny and Mr Small and I enjoyed the way Little Miss Naughty disrupts show and tell.
If you have a young reader who’s due to start school shortly and is perhaps a little nervous, this is a good book to give them to show them that school can be fun – especially as there’s a bit at the back for your young reader to write their name and give some details about their school and teachers and favourite things to do.