Little Miss Bossy

Little Miss Bossy

Little Miss Bossy Little Miss Bossy tells everyone what to do until Wilfred the Wizard casts a spell on her Back to the Mr Men Little Miss microsite

  • Title: Little Miss Bossy
  • Author: Roger Hargreaves
  • ISBN: 9780843174236
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2020-03-15T07:07:40+00:00

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    It's been a while since I read this book. While it does give kids good tips on social skills and not being a junior dictator around other people, I'm not sure how well it actually gets its point about bossiness across. There's so much fantasy in the little story that I don't imagine kids pick up on the intended morals.

    I use these book to help children identity personality traits in their peers. They will often Identify a persona with a friend in the class or at home. It's a great conversation starter with kids! Always helpful for talking about your feelings as well. Like when "how does that make you feel when does this? or do you like it when . does this?"

    I read all the Little Miss and Mr Men books as a child. I loved the over the top characters and the simple bright illustrations.They made me laugh and taught me so many valuable lessons. I wish I still had my old copies:(

    I needed to catch up on my reading goal. This book was available at the BookCrossing meeting today. So I grabbed it. I yelled at the two sweet little girls who wanted it, to get away, it was mine. But they called me 'Miss Bossy Pants.' Actually, that last part about the girls was a stretch of the truth. Actually, when their mom told them they should read it, they decided all the other picture books were more their speed. What girls wants to think of themselves as bossy?So the pictures were cute. [...]

    A lovely, heartwarming tale of the punishment fitting the crime, and with a wonderful wizard named Wilfred as a bonus.We all know a Little Miss Bossy, someone who just can't keep their opinions to themselves, and whose views are more important than anyone else's.Wizard Wilfred's book of magic soon sets things right. Although the distance Little Miss Bossy is marched would indicate her reluctance to change her ways!Having used the phrase bossy boots many times, my children were delighted to learn [...]

    A little girl is bossy to her friends, and for this crime, a self-righteous magician traps her feet in magic boots that carry her on forced marches of 5, then 10 miles, until she breaks down and says the word 'please' for him in a miserable and scared capitulation. The incident cures her, as she remains forever scared of "Bossy Boots." Maybe Grimm's fairy tales aren't so archaic after all.

    Ah, Mr Men and Little Miss, how wonderful you are!These books made up so much of my childhood. No matter what I would go ahead and pick one up. I worked my way through them all a couple of times. Each one has a wonderful story for the child to engage with, each character being fun to read. Everyone has a bias for their favourite character, yet every book is delightful.

    This book teaches children that personality problems can be solved with magical items of clothing and that is not entirely accurate. Also, sometimes I like to stare at Little Miss Bossy's face and picture her mouth as a nose.

    I absolutely loved these Mr Men and Little Miss books. I remember getting them from my granny every week. There was so much from these simple characters, I remember filling my little bookshelf with all these books making sure I had got them all in right order. I wish I still had these books but somehow most of them got lost with many house moves or my mum gave the rest away. If I ever have kids, I will make sure they get the chance to experience these wonderful, colourful books.

    I think discussing bullying should be a topic that is often discussed throughout the school year. I would read this book during morning meeting and after reading the book we can list the bossy/bullying actions. Student will provide ways to solve each issue. Example: A student is the line leader and pushes a classmate, so they can get in front. Instead student could tell their classmate that they are the line leader and would like to step in front.

    I remember discovering these Little Miss books when I was a child. I don't know how many of them I read, but I do remember reading them in the store, patiently waiting for my parents to finish shopping. I don't think we actually purchased any of these books, but I was always excited to see a new one. The narratives are simple and the illustrations are colorful and cartoonish.

    Apparently, I was a bossy child as my mother bought this book for me. She would also nicely suggest I go read it periodically when I was being a pain. It is a good little story with a good moral, and perfect for kids learning to read on their own. Especially, when they are a bit bossy, apparently

    The 'Mr Men' and 'Little Miss' books are so simple yet so effective. I love the way that all the characters are linked and how characters pop up in other stories!The books are great for encouraging young children to read because they are interesting, have a variety of simple language and are short enough that young children don't get bored! Children love collecting all the characters too.

    Little Miss Bossy was a very bossy girl. She always bossed people around but when she got the shoes she said "take my shoes off" and they kept walking around. This magical one, he made her have the orange shoes. She was not happy. She was never happy. That's why she bossed people around. - age 6

    A very simple language and an amazing story, it's so nice the way they deal with bossy people, may be we can learn something from it, surely we aren't the wizard but we will be able to figure a way to deal with such kind of people. I enjoy it fully.

    I've read a few Little Miss books from school and i don't know what i kept reading them. I really dislike them and the programs on telly were never great for me either. Not my thing at all.

    I thought Little Miss Bossy's "punishment" was a little odd, but at least she learns her lesson. And we really enjoy doing the Little Miss Bossy voice.

    Can Little Miss Bossy learn to say please?Don't you know people you'd call Little Miss Bossy? Wouldn't you love to see them learn some manners?

    “Little Miss Bossy” - After being rather bossy to her friends Wilfred the Wizard helps her learn a lesson about “bossy boots.”

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