Just for You (Little Critter)
This genuinely funny picture book is a classic -- one of the first that starred Mercer Mayer's popular Little Critter. In this title, young readers see Little Critter trying very hard to be a good helper. Unfortunately, something always seems to get in his way. When he tries to dry dishes for... show more
This genuinely funny picture book is a classic -- one of the first that starred Mercer Mayer's popular Little Critter. In this title, young readers see Little Critter trying very hard to be a good helper. Unfortunately, something always seems to get in his way. When he tries to dry dishes for his mother, the dishes grow slippery. When he makes an effort not to splash water out of the tub, a storm comes up. On and on it goes, with Little Critter and his good intentions making readers laugh with him from start to finish.
Pages no: 24
Edition language: English
, Picture Books
, Young Readers
Series: Little Critter
Little Critter wants to show his mother just how much she means to him. For his mother this means a big mess. I would implement this book in the classroom as writing/drawing opportunity for students to make a card for someone important in their lives. This book is intended for K, 1st, and 2nd grader...
As a child, Little Critter was my favorite, we have so many of these books and I plan on using them in my future classroom. I love how each book teaches a different lesson whether its about saying your sorry or keeping your room clean, there is probably a Little Critter book for the lesson you are t...
I remember reading Mercer Mayer's Little Critters book to my younger siblings when we were kids, but I had no idea we actually owned any until my 16-month-old toddled over to me last night, saying "Book! Book!," having pulled this off the shelf in his big brother's room. So I read it to him (dodging...
I prefer Meyer's more fantastical books. This one probably deserves a higher rating, but I remember that when I was little it was distressing to me how the kid kept trying to help and no one understood or appreciated his efforts.