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Hattie the Bad

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    Available in PDF Format | Hattie the Bad.pdf | English
    Jane Devlin(Author) Joe Berger(Illustrator)
Hattie was bad?from frogs in the fridge, to paint everywhere, to the occasional sale of her little brother at the yard sale. Yes, Hattie was SO bad, no one was allowed to play with her. And let's face it: Being bad by yourself is no fun. So Hattie decides to become good. Hattie the Good cleans her room, goes to bed early, and is an angel at school. Now everyone is allowed to play with her?but no one wants to. After all, what fun is a girl SO good that she makes everyone else look bad? Hattie is in a fix. What's a good, bad little girl to do?

From the talent behind Bridget Fidget and the Most Perfect Pet! comes a hilarious, lovable little imp, who?like most kids?is both bad and good. Who can't relate?

Jane Devlin lives in London, England.Joe Berger lives in Bristol, England.

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  • By Sally Sheils on 16 April 2010

    The children in my school absolutely loved Hattie the Bad. They totally understood the humour and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it to them. I thought that the 8 year olds would think it too young for them but they asked for it to be read to them again. One class wrote to Jane Devlin the author and she very generously wrote back. They were thrilled. They had asked all sorts of questions and she did her best to answer -even the really quirky ones! They keep asking when the next book is coming out. I also gave it to a number of children as a gift and they all ask for it to be read over and over again. Can't wait for her next book! Sally Sheils

  • By C. Maudsley on 9 May 2009

    I bought this book for my 6 year old nephew and he loves it. He found it particularly amusing when at the end Hattie shouts "Knickers", he couldn't stop laughing and as soon as I finished reading the book to him he wanted me to read it again! I would thoroughly recommed this book for young children as the illustrations are also superb which captures their imagination.

  • By J. Graham on 18 July 2011

    My four year old daughter loves this book. Partly because she is called Hattie, but mostly because the main character is slightly naughty. It has a funny ending which will appeal to all ages. Great book for the preschool age group.

  • By Phil on 16 May 2011

    I love this book, my daughter and I read it all of the time. Not to spoil the ending but we would say KNICKERS to anyone who disagrees with us. Buy this book its brilliant!

  • By plg on 8 April 2009

    We love this book- our children 5 and 7 have asked for it every night since we bought it a week ago. Despite knowing it by heart, they still find new things to say about the fantastic illustrations and just love shouting 'knickers' as loud as possible. Perfect in every way.

  • By T. Thompson on 23 April 2009

    I love this book - it is a simple story with new undertones which reveal themselves each time you read it...Also, loving the illustrations of her toes - perfect my 7 year old nephew assures me!!

  • By Fiona Bouette on 15 January 2009

    Hattie is a wonderful character and this is a witty wonderful book for children with colourful, fun, and detailed illustrations - a winner all around!

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