Mr. Happy (Mr. Men Classic Story Books)
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Now I happen to be sitting in the Virgin Australia lounge waiting for my plane to depart (and also bashing on the 'm' key that is being incredibly stubborn). Whatever molusk of happiness that remained in my pitiful soul was slipping from my grasps, but the bright yellow hands of Mr Happy took charge, and grabbed it by the rhino horns. One day exploring his world, he finds a little down with stairs down to a dreary basement with the most miserable person in the world.
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There's tons of these little books, and I think we read nearly all of them when my kids were little. There are less breaks in the outline so I have to draw a longer perfect circular line to get him right. This pursuit of happiness is the meaning of life, the always just-out-of-reach goal for humans the world over.Rediscover the zaniest characters you've ever met in this best-selling series which has sold millions worldwide.
Mr. Happy: 50th Anniversary Edition (Mr. Men and Little Miss)
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. So, I have also noted that this is the third of the series written, and it does show considering that the only other character in the book is Mr Miserable, who pretty much looks like Mr Happy except that he wears a perpetual smile.Well, being stuck in a room deep in the ground is going to make somebody pretty miserable, especially if you are there by yourself.
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He kept his yellow colour, but his limbs are slightly smaller, he has a less circular body and is occasionally shown to have visible eyebrows. When he meets Mr Miserable, the most miserable person in the world, Mr Happy wonders if he can make him happy by taking him to Happyland. Happy", where he was depressed for days, (though those reasons above were because other people were unhappy).A children's classic, that can be enjoyed with just as much pleasure today as when it was written in 1971.