Mortimer Mooner Stopped Taking A Bath

Mortimer Mooner Stopped Taking A Bath

Book - 1990
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When Mortimer Mooner, a normally well-groomed pig, decides to stop wearing his tie one Monday, his small protest grows messier and more disgusting as the week progresses.

Needless to say, Mortimer learns a valuable lesson about getting along with others when his grandmother pays him a fateful visit on Sunday. As he runs to give her a hug, she fends him off with an open umbrella, complaining that "...even though I do love you very much, I think that if I tried to hug you, I would surely faint". In the end, Mortimer relents and cleans himself up in order to give his beloved grandmother a hug.

Mortimer Mooner Stopped Taking a Bath is on its way to becoming a modern classic whose simple, rhythmical text and witty illustrations have won it a cherished place in primary schools and homes across North America.

Publisher: Newburgh, Ont. : Bungalo Books, c1990.
ISBN: 9781894323215
Characteristics: [24] p. :,col. ill. ;,21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Edwards, Frank B. 1952-


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