Mr. Bump

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Egmont Books, Limited, 1971 - Mr. Men (Fictitious characters) - 36 pages
19 Reviews
From Mr Tickle's extraordinarily long arms to Little Miss Princess's sparkly crown, the Mr Men and Little Misses have been delighting children for generations with their charming and funny antics. This time it's all about Mr Tickle!

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Review: Mr. Bump (Mr. Men #6)

User Review  - Kathleen Dixon - Goodreads

The Mr Men and Little Miss series have been around for a long time, but I never came across them when my children were young. Since that I've seen them here and there, but never read any. Today James ... Read full review

Review: Mr. Bump (Mr. Men #6)

User Review  - The Book Box - Goodreads

Mama read this aloud to me. I loved the repetition of the word "bump" - it made me smile! This book was a gift from one of my mom's friends and her two sons! They sent me a HUGE box of books they had outgrown. I can't wait to read them all. Read full review

About the author (1971)

Roger Hargreaves was born in 1935 in Cleckheaton, Yorkshire, England. He is the British cartoonist who created the likes of Mr. Nosey and Mr. Grumpy, the simple little cartoon Mr. Men and Little Miss characters and books. He was the creative director for an advertising agency in London when he got the idea for his books. He first began to market the idea in the early '70's, starting with Mr. Men, which appeared in books, BBC cartoons and as a comic strip in the Daily Mirror. The characters spawned over 700 related products and brought along the introduction of the Little Miss books introduced in the early '80s. The two series reached worldwide sales of 85 million volumes and were printed in over 20 different languages. Hargreaves died on September 12, 1988 in Kent, England.

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