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  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Me and Mr Fluffernutter
  • Jennifer Gray Olson
  • en
  • 15 December 2019
  • 9780385754965

10 thoughts on “Me and Mr Fluffernutter

  1. says:

    Mr Kidderminster is an excellent cat name Gray Olson does a fine job conveying the emotions of a child and a cat The art is adorable Now I must check out the Ninja Bunny booksLibrary copy


  2. says:

    First off I AM a cat person so my review is colored not by ooh kitties but by having lived with them for many many years Second I've removed on star for the illustrations because the cat looks like an ugly little pug dog or a pig with a long tale rather than the sort of handsome creature ALL cats are I'm sure my cats would approveThird this might be good for explaining to kids that cats are much much MUCH smarter than dogs and will not be forced into most of the sort of activities the girl inflicts on poor Mr Fluffernutter here In fact try this on Kitty Pussums and heshe is uite likely to give your child a swift scratch Or as my wise mama cat used to do move swiftly to a high place where Little Girl could not reach herGet this kid a puppy and get the author's kids a puppy and get the author a course of lessons in how to draw cats


  3. says:

    Sophia 3 years old absolutely adored Me and Mr Fluffernutter by Jennifer Gray Olsen It shares the tale of a little girl and her best friend Mr Fluffernutter as they play throughout the day The story is simplistic with delightful soft illustrations from dress up to tea parties It shares the important lesson of playing together and sometimes playing on our own It teaches that we can do both and still be besties This is perfect for early learners as Sophia was uickly able to read this story back to me using images as context clues She became the little girl in the story and began reading to me Once Upon a time me and Mr Fluffernutter played It was adorable I love books that engage young readers and we continue to enjoy this delightful bookAge Range 3 7 yearsGrade Level Preschool 2 This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer


  4. says:

    Cute funny and brief book about a girl and her best friend a cat named Mr Fluffernutter They do everything together even disagree together This book shows the value of friendship unconditional love and best of all the value of compromise


  5. says:

    A young girl clearly loves her cat Mr Fluffernutter The two friends do everything together because they are such great friends But as the story moves on readers come to realize that the two actually don't enjoy the same things at all Created with pencil watercolor and digital collage the illustrations show that Mr Fluffernutter merely tolerates the activities his human companion adores such as tea parties and dressing up When she allows him to have his way his taste in food and in games is not her cup of tea at all Eventually she decides that they need to go their separate ways and have fun alone But they miss each other even while enjoying their separate pursuits It's clear that despite the challenges of being friends with someone so different they enjoy their time together and can't bear to be parted for long There's a good message here for youngsters about loving someone even when heshe is uite different from you Although most readers adored the author's earlier Ninja Bunny and Ninja Bunny Sister vs Brother I liked this one much and was charmed by the relationship depicted on its pages


  6. says:

    Me and Mr Fluffernutter by Jennfier Gray Olson PICTURE BOOK Alfred A Knopf 2017 17 9780385754965BUYING ADVISORY EL K 3 ADVISABLEA little girl and her beloved cat Mr Fluffernutter do everything together They play dress up catch butterflies color and even have tea parties But when Mr Fluffernutter wants to play something different the little girl decides they might need some time apart This is a cute story about friendship and the realization that even best friends like to do different things It is a great way to illustrate the idea of compromise and respecting others Gina Media Specialisthttpskissthebookblogspotcom2018


  7. says:

    I liked Olson's Ninja Bunny books Here she tells the story of a girl and her cat We watch as the close friends share moments separate when interests seem different and then find their way back to each other Good book about how friends may want time together and time apart with fun illustrations but a fairly predictable story


  8. says:

    Cute story highlighting the friendship between a girl and her cat They do everything together but soon the little girl realizes that the cat doesn't really enjoy doing everything her way like tea parties and painting and she certainly doesn't enjoy doing things her cat's way like eating raw fish and sitting in a box So they agree to disagree and still have fun doing things their own way


  9. says:

    This is definitely a book for Cat People If you're not a Cat Person you will still enjoy this book don't worry It's a cute story about best friends who don't always want to do the same stuff but they make it work anywayBut the cat's facial expressions are FANTASTIC


  10. says:

    Very cute book about a girl and her reluctant cat Although we have dogs in our house I feel like our dogs have the same mind set where they just succumb to their fate of having young children in the house


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Jennifer Gray Olson ☆ 3 read

Me and Mr Fluffernutter

Tea party and play dress up and go for a swim? And when Mr Fluffernutter prefers to stare at the fish bowl? And stare at the fish bowl some Can these two be so different and still be best friends?Here are two new characters to fall in love with and a celebration of differences compromis Cute funny and brief book about a girl and her best friend a cat named Mr Fluffernutter They do everything together even disagree together This book shows the value of friendship unconditional love and best of all the value of compromise

summary ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Jennifer Gray Olson

E and friendshipPraise for Ninja Bunny Sweetly humorous fun Publishers WeeklyGorgeous illustrations add a level of humor and whimsy Ninja Bunny is sure to delight young warriors of all stripes New York Journal of BooksMarvelous simplicity ExaminercomFunny and full of motion Kirkus Review Cute story highlighting the friendship between a girl and her cat They do everything together but soon the little girl realizes that the cat doesn't really enjoy doing everything her way like tea parties and painting and she certainly doesn't enjoy doing things her cat's way like eating raw fish and sitting in a box So they agree to disagree and still have fun doing things their own way

characters Me and Mr Fluffernutter

From the creator of Ninja Bunny comes a new story about a little girl and her beloved cat who learn that friendship is the best compromise of all A little girl and her cat Mr Fluffernutter are best friends They do everything together all the time But what happens when Mia wants to have a Sophia 3 years old absolutely adored Me and Mr Fluffernutter by Jennifer Gray Olsen It shares the tale of a little girl and her best friend Mr Fluffernutter as they play throughout the day The story is simplistic with delightful soft illustrations from dress up to tea parties It shares the important lesson of playing together and sometimes playing on our own It teaches that we can do both and still be besties This is perfect for early learners as Sophia was uickly able to read this story back to me using images as context clues She became the little girl in the story and began reading to me Once Upon a time me and Mr Fluffernutter played It was adorable I love books that engage young readers and we continue to enjoy this delightful bookAge Range 3 7 yearsGrade Level Preschool 2 This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer


About the Author: Jennifer Gray Olson

Illustrator Author Part time NinjaRepresented by Kerry Sparks of Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency.