Harry The Happy Mouse: Teaching Children To Be Kind To Each Other.

August 6, 2019 - Comment

Harry The Happy Mouse is a cheerful, traditional story about a Mouse called Harry who lives in the colorful English countryside. Harry helps a Frog, but asks the Frog to repay the kindness to someone else. We follow the good deed as it moves through other characters, who each selflessly help someone else, making themselves

Harry The Happy Mouse is a cheerful, traditional story about a Mouse called Harry who lives in the colorful English countryside.

Harry helps a Frog, but asks the Frog to repay the kindness to someone else. We follow the good deed as it moves through other characters, who each selflessly help someone else, making themselves feel happy in the process!

We learn that a little bit of happiness can go a long way!

Harry The Happy Mouse is illustrated by the award winning Janelle Dimmett, bringing the beautiful story to life.

Harry the Happy Mouse is 32 beautifully illustrated full colour pages.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Beautiful, lovely book. 4 Year old loves it. BUT, needs a proof-reader. I bought this for my four year old.I am utterly sick of reading it, because it’s been a firm favourite for a least a solid month. The rhymes roll nicely off the tongue, too. The morality is nice. We’ll end up owning the rest of them soon, I know it.Is it a lovely book? Yes.Are the pictures lovely? Yes. I’ve enjoyed explaining to my little boy about the different ways of shading things too; pointillism as shading is an art style not often seen. He was very curious about…

Anonymous says:

Beautiful illustrations, rhyming style story This is a beautifully illustrated book with a lovely message for young children.It is about helping someone and them in turn helping someone else. I like the simple way the story is told and the numerous illustrations are colourful and explain the text as you go along.This is a great book for teaching young children about helping others and being unselfish.The rhyming text will keep young children engaged and entertained. There is quite a bit of repetition…

Anonymous says:

A must read for children This book is a must for any child, the story and the meaning behind it are life lessons that shouldn’t be avoided, the illustrations are excellent and very child friendly making the whole experience a joy for a child to read and parents to enjoy reading to their children.I highly recommend not only this book but all the books in the series

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