Item description for I Just Forgot (Little Critter) (Pictureback(R)) by Mercer Mayer...
Overview Little Critter's forgetfulness gets him in trouble with his mother on one particularly bad day
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Studio: Random House Books for Young Readers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 8" Height: 8.25" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Aug 18, 1999
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Series Little Critter
ISBN 0307119750 ISBN13 9780307119759 UPC 033500119750
Availability 286 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 19, 2017 06:39.
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More About Mercer Mayer
MERCER MAYER began writing and illustrating children's books in 1966, and since then, he has published over 300 titles. Readers can open almost any of his award-winning books and out may pop dragons, cuddly monsters, wonderful creatures, and endearing critters. Drawing from his own childhood adventures for inspiration, Mayer created one of children's books most cherished characters, Little Critter. He currently lives in Connecticut.
Mercer Mayer currently resides in the state of Connecticut. Mercer Mayer was born in 1943.
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Reviews - What do customers think about I Just Forgot (Little Critter) (Pictureback(R))?
I love Little Critter line of books! Apr 21, 2008
My daughter loves this line of books and I love reading them to her. She is picking up on the words. She is also learning the lessons within the book. When I read the book to her, I will apply the situation to her life and ask her what she should or shouldn't do. Regardless of how she answers, we continue on to see how the story ends. Then, I apply that to her as well. It also makes reading fun. She almost always picks one of the lil critter books to read at bedtime.
Excellent Dec 18, 2007
My son is 8 yrs old and loves this series of books. The reading is fairly easy and the stories short so it keeps his interest. We read them as bed time stories and they are perfect. We own several of this series and we like them all.
My little guy loves this book! Nov 25, 2006
My little guy is five, and we've been reading this book since he was three. Usually he likes to read long books, and has little interest in what he calls "short stories". This book is short; it only takes a few minutes to read. Mercer Mayer books have a special exemption, however - he loves the stories and this is one of his very favourites.
Cute Book, Realistic Situations Dec 23, 2004
In the beginning of Mayer's book, our hero looks straight at the reader, slightly lifts both arms, and states: "Sometimes I remember, sometimes I just forget." For example he (or she?-it's difficult to tell the gender in this "Little Critter" book) puts his dishes in the sink, but forgets to put away the milk. Humorous twists on the `I remembered this, but forgot this' motif lift this book above the ordinary. For example: "I didn't forget to feed the goldfish, he just didn't look hungry," and, after a bath, "I didn't use soap, but I didn't forget to. I just don't like to." His mother is alternately tired, frustrated, and amused, and the clever story ends on a warm note. This is a sweet and simple story that manages to cover many familiar situations with honesty and empathy for all involved. Watch for the little mouse friend on every page!
Everyone forgets sometimes Dec 11, 2002
This was a funny book. It reminded me a lot of myself and how I leave things on or don't put them away on accident. Another part that reminded me of how I am is how little critter said they didn't forget to close the refridgerator he was just not done eating. I always leave the t.v. on in a room and come back to it because I'm still watching it. This book I think was made to say that you never forget the important things and the things that really matter. It also lets kids know that everyone is forgetful.