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Is Walter the Worm officially a Mr or Little Miss? The debate has occupied the greatest of minds since the dawn of time. But ultimately it’s the story that matters. And this doesn’t disappoint with a blend of both bathos and pathos whilst developing a philosophy all it’s own. Fans of the Mr Men series will have noticed Walter’s back story too with his numerous cameos interweaved in the other characters narratives. In short, for the serious Hargreaves fans, you will not be disappointed.
How clever to make a book about the worm that we see throughout all the Mister and Little Miss books!! Such a cute story and a wonderful play on the early bird gets the worm. I highly recommend this book
Ah one of the Mr Men's best loved characters finally gets his own book. After first being named in Mr Small - Walter said "oh", for Walter is a worm if few words pmsl! He has been seen in most books since, and fully deserves his very own adventure. Written in the tradition of the late Roger Hargreaves, by his son and inspiration, Adam, this ranks up there with the very best. It must be getting increasingly difficult to come up with new Mr Men and Little Misses, so this makes perfect since to me, and it is easily the best one since Mr Rude. The story has been given number 49 in the official Mr Man range by the way.
Being born and raised in UK I am well aware of the Mr.Men books, which I adore. They touch on subjects pertinent to all of us and offer a great teaching tool in an amusing way. I have also given these books to children of friends who have enjoyed them. The worm, who discreetly pops up on many pages has always been a favorite with my boys, (sons and grandsons) , so when a new book was issued entirely about Walter the Worm, I knew we had to add to our collection. I can't wait for the youngest grandchild to see it.