Hattie The Bad by Jane Devlin

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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?


About Jane Devlin

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Jane Devlin lives in London, England. Joe Berger lives in Bristol, England.
Published March 1, 2009 by Puffin Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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So Hattie turned bad, “really, really bad.” Her exciting bad behavior makes her a star with other kids but unpopular with their parents, who tell their kids to avoid her.

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Summary: A glorious picture book looking at a naughty girl who just wants to make friends.

Oct 24 2009 | Read Full Review of Hattie The Bad

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