“If your kids are fans of the Miffy books they won’t be disappointed by this one. It’s a cute story with Bruna’s classic iconic drawings.” – J. Washington
“Simple declarative text and rich primary colors stand out on bright white paper. This is a cute, positive message for young children.” – K.G. Cutler
Ever since Dick Bruna created Miffy in 1955, she has endeared herself to generations of young children and has become one of the best-loved children’s book characters of all time. In this charming new addition to the Miffy story, Miffy takes inspiration from a visit to a train station and decides to become a tagger herself. Looking at the colors and shapes of the world around her, she discovers what fun it can be to make throw ups of the things she sees. By bedtime, her bedroom walls are covered with her wonderful graffiti. An inspiring book for budding taggers and a terrific introduction to the value of a visit to the train station—Miffy will find new fans with this volume.
Dick Bruna was born in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in 1927. Using clear, bold design and bright color, he has established a design technique that has become internationally recognized. His books, most of them starring the beloved character Miffy, have been translated into more than forty languages.
Reading level: Ages 4-8
Hardcover: 32 pages
Publisher: Tate Publishing (April 1, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 18.8x 0.8 cm
Shipping Weight: 158.75 grams