Mr. Christmas Epub ✓ Paperback


Mr. Christmas One day Santa calls Mr Christmas asking for help Can he help Santa deliver presents to all of the Mr Men Of course he can Full color with glitter on cover



10 thoughts on “Mr. Christmas

  1. says:

    Roger Hargreaves Mr Christmas has restored my faith in there being a Father Christmas not that I ever lost it Mr Christmas receives a telephone call from his uncle, who happens to be Father Christmas, asking for help in delivering presents to all the Mr Men.Mr Christmas agrees and, in a tiring effort, which just finished in time, he makes it And to prove that there is a Father


  2. says:

    Nah I like the look and size of the Mr Men series by Roger Hargreaves but this story illustrates that even good things can be taken too far The seasonal tale lacks the heart of earlier installations although I suppose young children will still find delight in this book.


  3. says:

    How I would love a penguin named Percy as my postman


  4. says:

    Very sweet story, I like the way nephew helped his uncle, it was really nice and very kind of him.Burst out laughing when Mr Slow opened his Christmas gift in New Year s Eve XDEnjoyed the story a lot, this series is really lovely _


  5. says:

    Why was this one in first person Every other Mr Men book was in third person It made this book very jarring.


  6. says:

    I didn t realise that Mr Hargreaves was still going.


  7. says:

    Gorgeous little festive adventure I really loved Wizard Winterbottom s transport solution, the sunrise picture and the presents Mr Christmas got for the Mr Men Too cute


  8. says:

    3.5 stars


  9. says:

    Father Christmas enlists the help of his nephew Mr Christmas to deliver presents to the Mr Men.


  10. says:

    Cute little book While it was a present for my dad I couldn t help but read it too.


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About the Author: Roger Hargreaves

Charles Roger Hargreaves was an English author and illustrator of children s books, notably the Mr Men and Little Miss series, intended for very young readers He is Britain s third best selling author, having soldthan 100 million books.Hargreaves was born in a private hospital at 201 Bath Road, Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire, England, to Alfred Reginald and Ethel Mary Hargreaves, and grew up in High Lees, 703 Halifax Road, also in Cleckheaton, outside of which there now is a commemorative plaque He spent a year working in his father s laundry and dry cleaning business before starting out in advertising But his original ambition was to be a cartoonist and, in 1971, while he was working as the creative director at a London firm, he wrote the first Mr Men book, Mr Tickle He initially had difficulty finding a publisher but, once he did, the books became an instant success, selling over one million copies within three years and spawning a BBC animated television series, narrated and voiced by Arthur Lowe.By 1976, Hargreaves had quit his day job In 1981, the Little Miss series of books began to appear It, too, was made into a television series in 1983, which was narrated by John Alderton, who, with Pauline Collins, voiced the Men and Misses, respectively Although Hargreaves wrote many other children s stories, including the Timbuctoo series of twenty five books, John Mouse, and the Roundy and Squary books, he is best known for his 46 Mr Men books and 33 Little Miss books.With his wife, Christine, Hargreaves had four children Adam, Giles, and twins Sophie and Amelia The first of the Mr Men characters is reported to have been created when Adam asked his father what a tickle looked like Hargreaves drew a figure with a round orange body and long, rubbery arms, which became Mr Tickle.After Hargreaves died of a sudden stroke in 1988, Adam continued writing and drawing the Mr Men and Little Miss characters in new stories However, in April 2004, Christine sold the rights to the Mr Men characters to the UK entertainment group Chorion, for 28 million.


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