Celebrating Mr Men 45 years on

Celebrating Mr Men 45 years on

I’ve mentioned in earlier posts how the Roger Hargreaves Mr Men characters have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. The first Mr Men book, Mr Tickle was published in 1971, and I’ve been celebrating Mr Men 45 years on with my 6 year old… Continue reading »

New additions to the Mr Men Every Day series

New additions to the Mr Men Every Day series

It’s no big secret that we’re big fans of the Mr Men here, they were as popular in my own childhood with me and my brother as they are now, with Monkey.  We’ve just been introduced to the new additions to the Mr Men Every Day series which were published yesterday…. Continue reading »

Mr Men Birthday Party

Mr Men Birthday Party

As the Mr Men series celebrates its 45th birthday this year and the original creator Roger Hargreaves was born on 9th May, I’ve joined together with Egmont UK to celebrate . It’s time for a Mr Men Birthday Party. The new Mr Men Birthday Party was published yesterday (I’ve included my… Continue reading »

Mr Men The Rugby Match

Mr Men The Rugby Match

Now I’ve got to be honest, you could write what I know about Rugby on a postage stamp, but even I know that the Rugby World Cup is now under way.  To celebrate this sporting event, Egmont have recently released Mr Men The Rugby Match. Written and illustrated by Adrian Hargreaves,… Continue reading »

Mr Men in London

Mr Men in London

Last weekend I was in London for the annual BritMums blogging conference.  Monkey is used to me always being there , at home, ready to pamper to his every need.  As last week progressed I could sense the wobbles descending as it got closer to the day Mummy disappeared to… Continue reading »

Mr Men The Christmas Party – book review

Mr Men The Christmas Party

I love characters that take me back to my childhood and the Mr Men series by Roger Hargreaves is well-loved here.  Can you believe that the Mr Men and Little Miss series of books have sold over 100 million copies worldwide since 1971!  You may remember the Christmas book we… Continue reading »