M is for mischief: an A to Z of naughty children
Clever cautionary poems, raucously illustrated, about 26 children youÂ'd rather read about than meet.
Here are twenty-six brats youÂ'd never want to babysit: Catastrophic Coco, Gluttonous Griffin, Impolite Irma, and Quarrelsome Quincy, just to name a few. Linda AshmanÂ's perfectly crafted ditties about kids from Angry Abby, who is Â“apt to argue at any time and any place,Â” to Zany Zelda, who Â“zigs and zags through all the rooms,Â” are paired with hilariously energetic digital collages by Nancy Carpenter. Kids will relish the chaos these naughty tykes createÂ—and also the comeuppance many of them justly receive.
Wickedly witty wordplay and fiendishly fresh artwork make this a standout in the field of alphabet books.
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Review: M IS FOR MISCHIEF: An A to Z of Naughty ChildrenUser Review - Nicole - Goodreads
Carmen was probably too young for this one because she didn't enjoy it as much as I did. It tells about the mischief children can get into and for each letter many of the words in the description of the children begin with that letter. I thought it was a crack up and very creative writing. Read full review
Review: M IS FOR MISCHIEF: An A to Z of Naughty ChildrenUser Review - Karen - Goodreads
My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. I liked the idea of this book, and I probably would have liked the book if it wasn't so ding-dang long. This book tries to do too much at once, and it ends up being M is for Mixed-up Mess, and M is for Meh. Read full review