Mortimer

Picture Books | May 1, 1985

byRobert MunschIllustratorMichael Martchenko

not yet rated|write a review

With over half a million copies in print, Mortimer is one of Robert Munsch’s most popular and beloved books.

Mortimer is the story “... of a little boy who won’t go to sleep at night and who drives his family crazy with his rowdiness ... [It] reads as though it was written by a parent driven frantic by one of the contemporary but compulsive stages of childrearing ... [It is] of tremendous appeal to kids and parents at the same stage.”—Globe and Mail

Pricing and Purchase Info

$7.24
$7.95 list price save 8%
In stock online
Ships free on orders over $25
Prices may vary. why?
Please call ahead to confirm inventory.

From Our Editors

The story ". . . of a little boy who won't go to sleep at night and who drives his family crazy with his rowdiness. . . . (It is) of tremendous appeal to kids and parents at the same stage".--Globe & Mail. Full-color illustrations

From the Publisher

With over half a million copies in print, Mortimer is one of Robert Munsch’s most popular and beloved books. Mortimer is the story “... of a little boy who won’t go to sleep at night and who drives his family crazy with his rowdiness ... [It] reads as though it was written by a parent driven frantic by one of the contemporary but compu...

Format:Picture BooksDimensions:24 pages, 8 × 8.03 × 0.07 inPublished:May 1, 1985Publisher:Annick Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0920303110

ISBN - 13:9780920303115

Appropriate for ages: 4

Customer Reviews of Mortimer

Reviews

Extra Content

From Our Editors

The story ". . . of a little boy who won't go to sleep at night and who drives his family crazy with his rowdiness. . . . (It is) of tremendous appeal to kids and parents at the same stage".--Globe & Mail. Full-color illustrations

Editorial Reviews

[Mortimer is the story] of a little boy who won't go to sleep at night and who drives his family crazy with his rowdiness ... [It] reads as though it was written by a parent driven frantic by one of the contemporary but compulsive stages of childrearing ... [It is] of tremendous appeal to kids and parents at the same stage.