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Mimi And The Picnic
by Martin Waddell (more about Martin Waddell) 1375/140 illustrated by Leo Hartas
first published 1995
Early Years for ages 2 to 6 published by Walker Books Ltd
Mrs Mad's humble opinion
8/10 You are working hard. Well done.
What's it about?
When tiny Hugo goes missing Mimi and her friends are very worried.
What happens?
Mimi has lots of brothers and sisters, but little Hugo is her favourite. Everybody loves him, but one day he disappears Where can he be? Will they ever find the tiny little mouse?
Is it easy to read?
Perfect for new readers lovely pictures and simple text makes this a good choice to encourage development.
Anything else?
A lovely picture book in a series about Mimi. Martin Waddell writes really sweet stories for young children, and girls in particular will like this.
Other books by Martin Waddell include A Kitten Called Moonlight, Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?, Mimi And The Blackberry Pies, Once There Were Giants, Rosie's Babies, Snow Bears, The Big Big Sea, The Pig in the Pond, Tom Rabbit, What Use is a Moose?.
Who says so?
This review by Mrs Mad.
The publisher reckons...
Mimi has lots of brothers and sisters and the smallest of them is called Hugo. All the mice love little Hugo, so when they go on a picnic and he goes missing, they're very, very worried. Where, oh where, can little Hugo be?
And what do you think?
'bob geldof', chingly
This book was awful it was so girly and weak.
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