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I Was So Mad (Little Critter) (Look-Look)

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    Mercer Mayer(Author)

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Mercer Mayer's very popular Little Critter stars in a picture book about feeling angry. With minimal text and funny illustrations to spell out every new situation, the book shows the Critter family saying no to everything Little Critter wants to do. He can't keep frogs in the tub. He can't help paint the house. Finally, mad at the world, Little Critter announces he will run away. When pals come by and ask him to come and play baseball, our young hero's mood quickly changes. He grabs his bat and heads off for the game, telling himself he can run away another day if he is still so mad.

Book Details:
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication Date: 11/1/2000
  • Pages: 24
  • Reading Level: Age 3 and Up

Mercer Mayer's very popular Little Critter stars in a picture book about feeling angry. With minimal text and funny illustrations to spell out every new situation, the book shows the Critter family saying no to everything Little Critter wants to do. He can't keep frogs in the tub. He can't help paint the house. Finally, mad at the world, Little Critter announces he will run away. When pals come by and ask him to come and play baseball, our young hero's mood quickly changes. He grabs his bat and heads off for the game, telling himself he can run away another day if he is still so mad.Book Details:

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Book details

  • PDF | 24 pages
  • Mercer Mayer(Author)
  • Random House Books for Young Readers; 1 edition (November 1, 2000)
  • English
  • 3
  • Children's Books

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  • By Elcee on January 1, 2010

    My son was bringing books to me to read. I made the mistake of taking this out of the box and reading it to him before looking through it myself. It should the character getting mad each time he was told no. That was fine because it's normal to get mad. What I didn't care for was the solution to this - running away from home. Then when the character's friends came to play he figured he could just run away another day. When my son got mad at my husband a little while later the first thing he mentioned was running away.It's not even worth the postage to return it so the book is being sent out with the recycling garbage.

  • By ICUnurse2015 on December 30, 2017

    Ok, I usually love the little critter books, and it's my fault that I didn't flip through to see the ending of this book. But let me inform you, so you can decide if you want to purchase it. Basically, the book goes through all these things that he wants to do that mom, dad, grandma, or grandpa won't let him do and the fact that he can't do those things makes him mad (so far, so good). The part I have a problem with is that all these things make him so mad that he decides to run away...he packs up his wagon with toys, packs a bag of cookies and is all ready to go...then his friends come over and ask if he wants to play in the park and he decides to do that instead, saying that if he's still mad tomorrow, he'll run away tomorrow. Now as an adult, you can look at that and say "aw, that's cute", but when I read it with my four year old (who we are trying to teach about feelings and acceptable ways to handle them) he said "if I get mad, maybe I should run away" which is definitely not the message I want my child to be learning (a long conversation followed that statement, i can assure you). So while most little critter books have stood the test of time, I think this one can stay in the archives!

  • By Barbara C. on June 9, 2013

    Not sure this is what I ordered, even though the slip says so. Thought I ordered three sport books. Not sure where this came from, inappropriate.

  • By Kindle Customer on January 10, 2018

    I thought this book was going to be better. Nothing goes his way so he wants to run away! What a horrible book for kids.

  • By Kali Smith on December 7, 2016

    My kids love these books. I read them to my 2 year old and 7 year old nearly everyday. Enjoyable for both ages. When I ask them to select a book for me to read, they usually select this one. It's also easy enough for my 7 year old to read.

  • By Stacie St. Germaine on May 24, 2017

    We have enjoyed these books with kids for years and years. They are a joy to read and all the kids have loved them.

  • By V. on January 2, 2018

    Short little story. Wish it was longer. Thought it would have a better message to convey.

  • By Michael D. Haley on January 6, 2017

    Any Little Critter book is my favorite. They have been for 30 years.


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