Guess what? Little Miss Bossy is BOSSY and everyone is fed up with her bossiness. It is time to teach her a lesson. Who can help do that? Wilfred the Wizard of course with help from one of his books! The next time Little Miss Bossy is bossy, Wilfred is watching her again and whispers something under his breath. What happens? Little Miss Bossy suddenly finds herself wearing a pair of talking shoes and going for a LONG walk!
No matter how rude Little Miss Bossy is or how much she shouts, the shoes stay on her feet and keep her walking! What is the magic word she needs to remember when asking Wilfred the wizard to remove them? Will she have learned her lesson?
A FABULOUS story/lesson for children written in an amusing way that gets the message across!
on 11 June 2015
I used this book to help teach English as a foreign language with a precocious six year old. She loved it. Little Miss Bossy reminded her of a girl in her class so the child related to the book, laughed a lot and was keen to read it again and again. Overall these little books arouse interest in the children they are directed to because they have figures and situations they can relate to, combined with the necessary imagination of wizards, long arms and so on that children love and perhaps above all they succeed in making them laugh and therefore want to read them. Overl a delightful and useful book.