Readers on both sides of the family battlefield will wholeheartedly identify with the oh-so-real experiences of Harriet and her mom. Sometimes accidents just happen, and sometimes yelling just happens. But even when family members make mistakes, they still love each other, as these two prove when they start laughing and cleaning up the big feathery mess after the apologies and hugs. Mem Fox is an internationally known literary consultant and author of many picture books, including Boo to a Goose and Sleepy Bears. Marla Frazee's pictures are exactly right: Harriet's unruly hair and guileless expressions perfectly capture the soul of a 4- or 5-year-old. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Such a cute book. My grand-daughter loves it and I think it sends the right message.Published 8 months ago by P. Manley
This is a favorite book of my three year old and myself. As the child gets into one perdicament after another the mother finds herself more and more challenged with not losing her... Read morePublished 11 months ago by librarygirl
I again bought a book for the wrong level but I think this will work for grade 1, but it was not worth it for mePublished 12 months ago by faith
I purchase this box for a author study in my grade level. I loved this book because my students could relate Harriet and her mom to their own life and make so many different... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dianne Brown
I love how realistic the situations are. It allows the reader to feel connected to the characters which in turn helps them to understand that these feelings are normal.Published 15 months ago by Michelle Almandres
this book was useful in getting a former temper tantrum throwing, "mommy, mommy, mommy" chanting 4 year old to see a different perspective. Worth every cent. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Arrived on time and in excellant shape. Great graphics and story! Granddaughter loved the story and was very easy to readPublished 18 months ago by Linda Jackson