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Reviews for Mr. Noisy (Mr. Men and Little Miss):

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Jan 26, 2018

OMG! My nephew loves these Mr. Men books! He is crazy over them. This is my first. Apparently, they are a British classic.

Mr. Noisy is extremely noisy. The Baker and Butcher help him figure out how to be in public.

Actually a very cute story.
4

Mar 24, 2018

You Don’t Need to Shout
24 March 2017

Reading this book reminded me of the train into the city in the morning – it is dead quiet. Then again I’m also one of those people that like a bit of quiet because it seems as if noise really gets in the way of me thinking, and concentrating – it is almost as if it is a form of interference. For instances, I am listing to Spotify at the moment – The Atomic Blonde soundtrack (which is pretty awesome by the way) – and I am finding it a little difficult You Don’t Need to Shout
24 March 2017

Reading this book reminded me of the train into the city in the morning – it is dead quiet. Then again I’m also one of those people that like a bit of quiet because it seems as if noise really gets in the way of me thinking, and concentrating – it is almost as if it is a form of interference. For instances, I am listing to Spotify at the moment – The Atomic Blonde soundtrack (which is pretty awesome by the way) – and I am finding it a little difficult focusing on this review. The same is the case on the train, especially when I find a seat and somebody comes and sits down near me and starts talking.

Anyway, back to the train in the morning because I suspect that a person like Mr Noisy wouldn’t be all that welcome on the train. Unfortunately we don’t have quiet carriages on our metro trains, only the regional trains (and there isn’t much in the way of interstate trains in Australia). Actually, come to think of it, I was sitting in a lecture the other day and the couple behind me just kept on talking, to the point that I wanted to turn around and tell them that if they wanted to talk then do it outside – why do students come to lectures when all they are going to do is talk through it?

So, I can appreciate the butcher and the baker in the book, because it seems as if Mr Noisy really doesn’t appreciate the amount of noise that he makes. Maybe it is that he has a hearing problem so that he needs to shout, and that he makes a lot of noise because he really doesn’t realise that he is making so much noise. However, the way that they ‘taught him a lesson’ really doesn’t make all that much sense. Okay, it is a children’s book, but pretending not to hear him is not really a way of encouraging him not to speak so loudly.

However, noisy people tend not to think all that much, at least how they come across to other people. Consider how people hate people WRITING IN CAPS. In the age of the internet writing in caps is synonymous with shouting, and honestly, people who shout do tend to come across as being quite pushy and aggressive. I guess that is why people who talk softly tend to be much more persuasive. As Teddy Roosevelt once said – speak softly and carry a big stick. Yet, shouting also has the tendency of drowning out everybody else, and people who resort to shouting in an argument tend to be seen as those who have lost the argument (though that is not always the case, because the person who shouts tends to drown out all form of reason). ...more
5

Jul 05, 2018

Lot's of noisy children at our house. When the book comes out the house goes really quiet. Bliss.
4

Aug 15, 2017

This particular Mr Men book starts out rather meta, as Mr Noisy is reading a copy of Mr Noisy in the first illustration. I do love his ornate ornamental shoes and his oddly oversized hands. I wonder why all the people in his town are so passive aggressive and set up a scheme to pretend they can't hear him when he loudly asks for something as opposed to the more straight forward approach of asking him to speak more quietly...
3

Sep 28, 2015

Ah, Mr Men and Little Miss, how wonderful you are!

These books made up so much of my childhood. No matter what I would go ahead and pick one up. I worked my way through them all a couple of times. Each one has a wonderful story for the child to engage with, each character being fun to read.

Everyone has a bias for their favourite character, yet every book is delightful.
5

Mar 27, 2018

This is such a fun story to read out-loud, but be ready to shout a lot!! ;) It's a good story that teaches kids to be quieter - at least that's what I got out of it! The kids love it when it's read though!
3

Jun 01, 2014

Scream as you are reading during the beginning of this book...and get quiet as Mr. Noisy learns how to bring his volume down when speaking to others...and you'll be sure to get the point across, " It's SUPER annoying when people talk loudly!"
4

Oct 05, 2009

This book made me laugh. My kids love that I shout while I read it. It doesn't hurt that it can aid in teaching kids to be mindful of those around them and be aware of how their behavior affects others. A great way to start a short conversation about it.
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Mar 17, 2009

this book looks so cute i wanna read it! and i'll love it! it's so cute ! i don't know anything about it! but i want to read all series
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Mar 17, 2012

I don't remember a lot about this one, beyond the fact that I definitely read it as a kid.
5

Sep 01, 2008

Can Mr. Noisy learn that quiet can be fun?

Very cute. Seems like it would be fun to read aloud.
5

Jul 28, 2011

One of the better ones, offering many opportunities for stomping on the floor and other sound affects.
5

Oct 13, 2016

I liked the book because Mr. Noisy learned to be quiet and I learned to be quiet in the car.
3

Sep 21, 2014

Another Mr Men book I remember from childhood. I remember coveting the Roger Hargreaves style shoes. All the Mr Men seemed to have such fantastic, ornate shoes. Mine seemed so dull.
1

Dec 21, 2016

I did not like this book because I do not like being noisy. I also did not like this book because Mr. Noisy was too noisy.
3

Sep 30, 2016

“Mr Noisy” - The folks of Wobble Town conspire to help Mr Noisy be a bit quieter.
3

Sep 09, 2017

Erm, how does the baker and butcher pretending not to hear him make Mr. Noisy be quieter?
5

Jul 05, 2013

Nice story I enjoy reading it and what I like more about it is that finally Mr. Noisy learned a great lesson ^_^
5

Apr 04, 2008

Mr. Noisy is noisy! CLUMP CLUMP CLUMP when he walks downstairs! I read this to Andy last night and I thought he was going to rupture something, he was laughing so hard. Hargreaves is one of the few authors who can make asking for a loaf of bread into side-splitting comedy.
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Mar 03, 2009

The MR. Men books are an English book my mom had when she was younger. She let me read them and each as a different story. This one is about Mr. Nosey. He is completely unable to keep himself out of other people's business. He's always sticking his nose into something or someone.
4

Aug 18, 2013

I absolutely loved these Mr Men and Little Miss books. I remember getting them from my granny every week. There was so much from these simple characters, I remember filling my little bookshelf with all these books making sure I had got them all in right order. I wish I still had these books but somehow most of them got lost with many house moves or my mum gave the rest away. If I ever have kids, I will make sure they get the chance to experience these wonderful, colourful books.
5

Jun 07, 2007

Mr. Noisy might as well be my son. Like my son, he is loud from sun-up until sun-down. He is so loud that a town has been named for him (in a way). The town is called Wobbletown because everything wobbles when Mr. Noisy comes to town.

Mr. Noisy likes to stomp. He likes to shout. He also likes to do his shopping daily. Unfortunately the shopkeepers of Wobbletown wish he'd stay home or learn how to be quiet. Can a little reverse psychology do the trick?
3

Nov 11, 2014

Synopsis: "Mr. Noisy was a very, very noisy person. For example: when most people sneeze you can hear them from the next room. When Mr. Noisy sneezes, you can hear him from the next country!

The residents of Wobbletown are tired of being shouted at by Mr. Noisy. Can they change his very, very noisy ways?"

My Review: Another okay Mr. Men book, it didn't capture Munchkins attention but that isn't too surprising. I don't understand how Mr. Noisy made the connection to be quiet but it worked for him. Synopsis: "Mr. Noisy was a very, very noisy person. For example: when most people sneeze you can hear them from the next room. When Mr. Noisy sneezes, you can hear him from the next country!

The residents of Wobbletown are tired of being shouted at by Mr. Noisy. Can they change his very, very noisy ways?"

My Review: Another okay Mr. Men book, it didn't capture Munchkins attention but that isn't too surprising. I don't understand how Mr. Noisy made the connection to be quiet but it worked for him. Reading the story however did not get the message across to Munchkin. ...more
5

Feb 23, 2010

This one deserves a stonking great 5 stars, as it managed to speak volumes (pun intended) to my children.

Mr Noisy does what comes naturally to him, and it appears to all little children: makes a lot of noise.

The very act of reading this shoudl be comedy gold to little ones, or am I the only parent who puts on a silly OTT voice?

I may have overdone it slightly though as my throat was very painful afterwards!

Through the story children will earn that if you really want to be heard and listened to This one deserves a stonking great 5 stars, as it managed to speak volumes (pun intended) to my children.

Mr Noisy does what comes naturally to him, and it appears to all little children: makes a lot of noise.

The very act of reading this shoudl be comedy gold to little ones, or am I the only parent who puts on a silly OTT voice?

I may have overdone it slightly though as my throat was very painful afterwards!

Through the story children will earn that if you really want to be heard and listened to then you need to talk without exaggeration or excessive volume.

Now if they can cut down on their clumping around the house and learn to enjoy tip-toeing then I will be putting this book forward for the highest accolades available! ...more
5

Mar 27, 2015

Think I’m right in stating that as a boy I had all the pre-1990 Mr Men books with the possible exception of “Mr Snow”. Looking at all the covers apart from the latter jogged my memory.

Sadly I remember little about the stories now, despite reading them numerous times during my boyhood, plus watching the Mr Men cartoons more than once.

Reckon the last time I would’ve read these was 1983, though may have returned to them as late as 1985. Although I’ve forgotten almost everything about this title and Think I’m right in stating that as a boy I had all the pre-1990 Mr Men books with the possible exception of “Mr Snow”. Looking at all the covers apart from the latter jogged my memory.

Sadly I remember little about the stories now, despite reading them numerous times during my boyhood, plus watching the Mr Men cartoons more than once.

Reckon the last time I would’ve read these was 1983, though may have returned to them as late as 1985. Although I’ve forgotten almost everything about this title and all the others I feel that owing to the amount of times I read each publication that they all deserve to be rated five stars.

I’m grateful to Roger Hargreaves for brightening up my childhood with both his Mr Men and the Timbuctoo series of books. ...more

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