Mr Happy Mr Men and Little Miss free read Û 6



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  1. says:

    I do like Mr Happy he gets what’s important As John Lennon once said “When I was 5 years old my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life When I went to school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up I wrote down ‘happy’ They told me I didn’t understand the assignment and I told them they didn’t understand life” Mr Happy knows Listen to Mr Happy He’s got the right outlook optimism pure and simple It gets him through the day; it gets him through life So why not try it?


  2. says:

    One of the most recognizable Mr Men characters alongside a great uplifting messageOnce Mr Happy realises that Mr Miserable was on his own he instantly invited him back to his house for a chatA nice simple message of reaching out to the lonely and vulnerable we all need to be like Mr Happy


  3. says:

    The Mr Mr series is absolutely splendid works for kids Especially small ones They are hilarious and cute and have wonderful little morals Mr Happy was one of our favourites


  4. says:

    My son has been obsessed with smiley faces since an early age Smiley face balloons balls stickers shirts all things smiley rate way high for my Sam This water tower has fascinated him for a few years nowI blame all this joy on the anti depressants that must have seeped into my breast milkWhatever the case he's a super happy kid that loves a good smiley faceHis first encounter with the Mr Happy books happened to be not a book In search of valentines he saw a box of MrLittle Miss valentines with smiley on the front and was instantly smitten I asked if he had seen the books at his school and he replied no He just wanted them because of that happy face So I got the valentines for him and promptly got some of these books for him Mr Happy Mr Strong Mr NoisyI recalled them for my childhood and it was a delight re reading them with my boyThe stories are silly the illustrations are bright and bold While I feel it's silly to give this book and entire series a 5 star it was AMAZING rating I have to Because when I peek in on my kid at night and he's zonked out with a smile on his face and one of these books in his hand it's well it's amazing


  5. says:

    Mr Happy has enough happiness for Mr Miserable as well One day exploring his world he finds a little down with stairs down to a dreary basement with the most miserable person in the world Mr Happy invites him up to his house to be happy What I like is that Mr Happy is willing to let Mr Miserable take his time and get better It was gradual and Mr Happy didn’t rush him in the story Mr Miserable did become happyMy nephew loved this story Yeah Great series


  6. says:

    While in the modern western world man chases fame fortune and the respect of his peers in archaic cultures the ultimate pursuit is for a greater level of understanding or some kind of connection with a higher force Whatever the culture man does this for a single reason because he thinks it will make him happy This pursuit of happiness is the meaning of life the always just out of reach goal for humans the world overMr Happy the fourth member of the Mr Men family is in a state of perpetual happiness uite how this state of happiness has been achieved is unclear He lives in a house of a similar size and style to that of the other Mr Men we have already met He displays no obvious trappings of wealth or success no enviable family from which he may derive some kind of pride or worth and offers no insight wisdom or religious beliefsHappy we are told lives in a land called Happyland in which all the people the birds even the worms are happy One begins to wonder if our hero is a member of some kind of cult The next notion is that perhaps My Happy is under the influence of some kind of narcotic which makes him THINK that the birds and the worms are conversing with him and confirming that they too are enjoying life to the full So many uestions and given that this is short form fiction so little time for answersAfter the scene has been established Mr Happy goes for a walk whereupon and with a nod to the great CS Lewis he discovers a tiny red door in the trunk of a tree Behind the door is a small room in which we meet Mr Happy's alter ego Mr MiserableMr Miserable is suffering from a textbook case of agoraphobia And whilst Miserable doesn't obviously experience any kind of panic attack during the course of the story he is clearly displaying symptoms of anxiety Mr Happy with an alarming lack of caution attempts to win his new patient's trust and prescribes a course of exposure treatment Happy leads Miserable outside and encourages him to engage with the worldWhether Miserable actually exists or is just a manifestation of the buried emotional distress doubts and fears of Mr Happy that's left up to the reader to decide However to diagnose our hero as suffering from schizophrenia would be perfectly justified and the classic 'voices in the head' symptom would certainly solve the talking birdsworms uandaryIn the end though it matters not how you choose to translate or frame the fable Mr Happy is a profound tale a story that reaffirms the value of human friendship and appeals to society to recognise the devastating affect of mental illness It's a plea for us to tackle these issues and to those in throe to depression it's a simple message that there are people who care and who can helpSimply choosing to tackle a subject and a message of such gravity in a form suited to frothy flimsy stories is shocking What's shocking however is the apparent ease and aplomb Hargreaves displays whilst dealing with this thorny issue Hargreaves isn't just an author of children's fiction he's a poet a social activist the voice of reason and surely for some a lifeline It is our duty to cherish and champion his work


  7. says:

    Folks if you are feeling miserable and even if you're not go read this Mr Happy book because it will cheer you up D Favourite linesWhy are you miserable? asked Mr HappyBecause I am replied Mr MiserableIsn't that the answer we give most people when we're miserable? ;Anyway go read it if you have it


  8. says:

    My 6 year old niece and I loved this one Mr Happy is ever so positive and happy so how could we not love this story


  9. says:

    My children and grandchildren have all loved the Mr men books by Roger HargreavesAlways a pleasure to read these stories to the childrenRecommended


  10. says:

    Cute book I read to my nine year old brother


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Mr Happy Mr Men and Little Miss

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They're back Rediscover the zaniest characters you've ever met in this best selling series which has sold millions worldwide Just in time for Fall 1997' The Mr Mr series is absolutely splendid works for kids Especially small ones They are hilarious and cute and have wonderful little morals Mr Happy was one of our favourites

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Ke along format Mr Men and Little Miss books are easy enough for young readers witty enough for humor prone adults and highly collectible for one and al My children and grandchildren have all loved the Mr men books by Roger HargreavesAlways a pleasure to read these stories to the childrenRecommended