Little Miss Inventor has the ideal inventions to help the Mr Men and Little Miss learn to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Some of the Mr Men and Little Miss have a few things to learn about being environmentally friendly. Mr Perfect likes his lawn to look absolutely perfect, so he waters it morning, noon and night. Mr Lazy is too lazy to bother turning his lights off and Mr Skinny regularly buys more food than he can eat, so he throws most of it away. Maybe they could learn a thing or two from Mr Mean who doesn’t like to waste anything or spend more than he needs to? Little Miss inventor has some brilliant ideas to help them out!
The perfect book to help young children understand what they can do to help their planet. Printed with vegetable inks on FSC paper just as Little Miss Inventor would want it!
The Mr Men and Little Miss Every Day series takes Roger Hargreaves’ beloved characters on trips and activities that children will recognise from their own lives. All the Every Day Adventures have a ‘Where’s Walter’ feature with Walter the worm hiding in every story making for a fun and interactive reading experience for children aged 2 years and up.
About the author
It all started with a tickle. Roger Hargreaves’ son Adam asked him what a tickle looked like. In response, Roger drew a small orange man with extraordinarily long arms that could reach anywhere and tickle anyone. The idea that a tickle could be a character in its own right sparked an idea in Roger’s mind. Roger was a successful copywriter but he wanted to do something that would enable him to work from home and spend more time with his four children. He wondered if he could make a living writing and illustrating children’s books so he wrote the first Mr Men titles: Mr Tickle, Mr Greedy, Mr Happy, Mr Nosey, Mr Sneeze and Mr Bump. The books were an instant hit and Roger went on to create many more Mr Men and Little Miss characters. What Roger really wanted was to make children laugh. Mr Silly was his favourite Mr Men story and, according to his family, encapsulates his humour most closely. Sadly Roger passed away in 1988, but his son Adam took over the series, introducing new characters and exciting new adventures. Roger once said, ‘I feel very happy to think that when the Mr Men and Little Misses are 100 years old, their readers will always be five.’