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Mercer Mayer's Little Critter is--hesitantly--spending the day with his little sister in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether he's teaching her how to skateboard, how to fish, or how to make and fly a paper airplane, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A perfect way to celebrate the special bond between brothers and sisters! Mercer Mayer's Little Critter is--hesitantly--spending the day with his little sister in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether he's teaching her how to skateboard, how to fish, or how to make and fly a paper airplane, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A perfect way to celebrate the special bond between brothers and sisters!


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Mercer Mayer's Little Critter is--hesitantly--spending the day with his little sister in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether he's teaching her how to skateboard, how to fish, or how to make and fly a paper airplane, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A perfect way to celebrate the special bond between brothers and sisters! Mercer Mayer's Little Critter is--hesitantly--spending the day with his little sister in this classic, funny, and heartwarming book. Whether he's teaching her how to skateboard, how to fish, or how to make and fly a paper airplane, both parents and children alike will relate to this beloved story. A perfect way to celebrate the special bond between brothers and sisters!

30 review for Me Too!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason Koivu

    * * * Read and reviewed with my niece Emma * * * During our after school time together, Emma and I read through a few of Mercer Mayer's Little Critter books and had ourselves a grand old time! This one was about the little kid's kid sister and how she always wants to do what he's doing. She can be annoying, yet endearing all at once. This is typical, good Mayer fun! Emma read Me Too! to me and wizzed right through it, so the reading level is below her nearly second grade skillz. She had this story * * * Read and reviewed with my niece Emma * * * During our after school time together, Emma and I read through a few of Mercer Mayer's Little Critter books and had ourselves a grand old time! This one was about the little kid's kid sister and how she always wants to do what he's doing. She can be annoying, yet endearing all at once. This is typical, good Mayer fun! Emma read Me Too! to me and wizzed right through it, so the reading level is below her nearly second grade skillz. She had this story so well in hand that she felt at liberty to ham up the "me too!" lines, playing the demanding child role to the hilt! I loved it. She loved it. This was a regular ol' blast!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Archit

    This little critter series had more to offer than just teaching manners and methods to annoy your elder brother! The girl critter wants to do everything her brother does, which is frustrating to the brother. It is a good reading material for siblings.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    Little Critter’s little sister drives him crazy. He can’t do anything fun without her having to be in the middle of it. He just wants to be able to do his own stuff, but he has to share. We find in the end that it can also be worth it. This beginning story introduces sister as far as I know. She is cute and she has potential. All the realities of a sibling are on display. The nephew thought this book was a drag. He would hate having a little sister that messed everything up. He still likes little Little Critter’s little sister drives him crazy. He can’t do anything fun without her having to be in the middle of it. He just wants to be able to do his own stuff, but he has to share. We find in the end that it can also be worth it. This beginning story introduces sister as far as I know. She is cute and she has potential. All the realities of a sibling are on display. The nephew thought this book was a drag. He would hate having a little sister that messed everything up. He still likes little critter a lot, but he said he would want a little brother, not a sister. He gave this 2 stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Pooja

    "Everything I do my little sister says "Me Too!"" Loving this Little Critter series! "Everything I do my little sister says "Me Too!"" Loving this Little Critter series!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stepheny

    When I was a kid, these books were my favorites. I think at one point I owned the whole collection. I guess I shouldn't be surprised that Ryder loves them too. There are two things Ryder asks for every night now. "Mama read Me Too?" being the first. We traipse up to his room where I somehow manage to fit into his toddler bed with him. We read the book. Then when I say "The End" he says, "More?". So I tell him, "Ok, I'll read this one more time" while holding up a finger to indicate one. His resp When I was a kid, these books were my favorites. I think at one point I owned the whole collection. I guess I shouldn't be surprised that Ryder loves them too. There are two things Ryder asks for every night now. "Mama read Me Too?" being the first. We traipse up to his room where I somehow manage to fit into his toddler bed with him. We read the book. Then when I say "The End" he says, "More?". So I tell him, "Ok, I'll read this one more time" while holding up a finger to indicate one. His response? "No, 2!" where he dutifully holds up two fingers to show me. What ensues is a kind of back and forth giggling battle where I try to fold one of his fingers down to show him ONE more time, not two. Whether it's one more time or two more times that I end up reading it, I always end up giving in to his other request. "Twinkle Twinkle?" We shut the lights off for the night and I sing or hum twinkle twinkle, little star to him until he falls asleep. Usually I do too, either waking up on my own or to my husband telling him it's time for bed. If there's one thing I've learned from being a mom it's this. It all goes way too fast. No matter how cliché that sounds to you all. But I also know the parents reading this know all too well what I mean. They move on so quickly. One day it's Dinotrux and the next it's a story about being a big brother. But regardless of the subject matter, it's our job as parents to make it fun. Whether it's doing silly voices or making dramatic shows of emotions like the characters making it fun is what will make it a habit. And as we all know, the joys of a healthy reading habit are endless.

  6. 4 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    Probably around a level 1 beginner reader book, it's about a boy with a younger sister who wants to do everything he does. It gets annoying and he gets frustrated. It's a story line any kid can relate to and simple enough verbiage that my preschoolers enjoyed it as well. And it was easy enough that my 5 yr old could read it to his younger brothers. A good reading book. Probably around a level 1 beginner reader book, it's about a boy with a younger sister who wants to do everything he does. It gets annoying and he gets frustrated. It's a story line any kid can relate to and simple enough verbiage that my preschoolers enjoyed it as well. And it was easy enough that my 5 yr old could read it to his younger brothers. A good reading book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This playful book was a fun read aloud! The students were able to chime in regularly with the "me too!" phrase. Many of my students have siblings and were able to share stories of their younger (and sometimes older) siblings wanting to either imitate what they're doing or spoil their fun. The students and I laughed tons during this book and enjoyed the twist at the end. Great book about siblings and even friendship. This playful book was a fun read aloud! The students were able to chime in regularly with the "me too!" phrase. Many of my students have siblings and were able to share stories of their younger (and sometimes older) siblings wanting to either imitate what they're doing or spoil their fun. The students and I laughed tons during this book and enjoyed the twist at the end. Great book about siblings and even friendship.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    First sentence: When my little sister saw me riding my skateboard, she said...Me Too! Then I had to help her ride. I had a paper airplane that I made myself. But my little sister saw it and said...Me Too! Then she threw it in a tree. Premise/plot: Little Critter HATES to hear his little sister say "Me Too!" Will I have to SHARE everything? Can he never have a moments peace? My thoughts: I like this one. I don't know that it's my absolute all-time favorite in the Little Critter series. (Do most peo First sentence: When my little sister saw me riding my skateboard, she said...Me Too! Then I had to help her ride. I had a paper airplane that I made myself. But my little sister saw it and said...Me Too! Then she threw it in a tree. Premise/plot: Little Critter HATES to hear his little sister say "Me Too!" Will I have to SHARE everything? Can he never have a moments peace? My thoughts: I like this one. I don't know that it's my absolute all-time favorite in the Little Critter series. (Do most people have an ongoing ranked list of Little Critter books in mind?) But I really enjoy it. I love Little Critter. And I think he is a good big brother. And as the end of the book shows, she is a good little sister too. Text: 4 out of 5 Illustrations: 5 out of 5 Total: 9 out of 10

  9. 5 out of 5

    M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    This is absolutely a book that older siblings can identify with all too easily.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gala

    I was the oldest sibling in my family so I understand that nagging little person getting their way. always using that crying and sad face to prove that you did something to them. I like this book because children need someone to relate to so why not a book. Good reading, sequencing, and blend words.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Erik Horton

    An excellent example of beautiful simplicity. Repetition that is captivating and not irksome. Phrasing that the little ones will enjoy predicting as you read, and a perfect amount of humor. Loved this series when I was a kid and unlock some other ones I've gone back and read, these ones still hold up years later. An excellent example of beautiful simplicity. Repetition that is captivating and not irksome. Phrasing that the little ones will enjoy predicting as you read, and a perfect amount of humor. Loved this series when I was a kid and unlock some other ones I've gone back and read, these ones still hold up years later.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    A Little Critter book that shows younger siblings will often want to be involved in whatever their older sibling is doing. I think it's in order for parents to explain to their children why it's important to try and include their brother or sister in their doings. A Little Critter book that shows younger siblings will often want to be involved in whatever their older sibling is doing. I think it's in order for parents to explain to their children why it's important to try and include their brother or sister in their doings.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mallory Campbell

    I'm counting what I have read to the first graders because I don't have time to read real books during the day and I have a goal to meet- part 8 I'm counting what I have read to the first graders because I don't have time to read real books during the day and I have a goal to meet- part 8

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    My son loves the Little Critter books. We read them all the time!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Hirshman

    I was relieved to discover this was not #metoo and have read it repeatedly to my son.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    This is a cute book about having a younger sibling.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Hααlεч ♥ Fιѕнεя

    Always love little critter books

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Read whilst waiting for doc appt. I think I might have been the me too! To my sestra.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Williams

    Just like my life

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    Cute book. Made me chuckle at the end. Illustrations are great and it's a short simple story. Cute book. Made me chuckle at the end. Illustrations are great and it's a short simple story.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Grace Bradley

    Little Critter's younger sister wants to do everything with her older brother. Little Critter is trying to learn how to do the right thing while also learning how to share with his little sister. Little Critter wants to go about his day doing all of his favorite activities, but he wants to do them by himself. His little sister follows him around and wants to be doing anything that he is doing. Little Critter gets very annoyed with her but decides that he needs to do the right things and play wit Little Critter's younger sister wants to do everything with her older brother. Little Critter is trying to learn how to do the right thing while also learning how to share with his little sister. Little Critter wants to go about his day doing all of his favorite activities, but he wants to do them by himself. His little sister follows him around and wants to be doing anything that he is doing. Little Critter gets very annoyed with her but decides that he needs to do the right things and play with her and share toys with her. Each time this situation arises, he is forced to make a decision based on what would be easier for him, or what would make her happy. He is a good big brother so he does what makes her happy most of the time. What is really cool about all of Mercer Mayer's little critter books is that they always end with teacher kids a lesson about something in life. They incorporate every day situations so that kids can relate to them and see that making other people happy and putting others first can make other people happy. I would recommend this book to elementary aged students.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jen Wehage-Barrera

    •Me, Too by Mercer Mayer - Target Audience, pre-reader to beginning reader, ages 2-6. A little sister wants to do all the things her big brother does. He is annoyed that he has to include her but reluctantly slows down to her level. He is frustrated to share everything with her until the end where he is rewarded by her sharing with him. The bold, colorful pictures carry out through the story and show each activity in detail. The amount of text is brief for each page, of average size, and include •Me, Too by Mercer Mayer - Target Audience, pre-reader to beginning reader, ages 2-6. A little sister wants to do all the things her big brother does. He is annoyed that he has to include her but reluctantly slows down to her level. He is frustrated to share everything with her until the end where he is rewarded by her sharing with him. The bold, colorful pictures carry out through the story and show each activity in detail. The amount of text is brief for each page, of average size, and includes speech bubbles for the speaking character.The simple is text and the repetitive nature of the “Me, too” dialogue is a helpful cue for early readers. Lessons about including others even when it changes the experience would come naturally to the adult/child reading pair. This book would certainly be relatable for children with siblings.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tessa Wells

    My mom used to read this series of books to my brothers and I all the time growing up. I related to this book a lot because I feel like when I was little I was just like the little girl in the story. I have two older brothers, and I can always remember wanting to do stuff with them all the time. I thought it was very cute how the little girl shared with her brother at the end. It was a great ending to the story. I recommend this series of books to any little kid because they are always full of g My mom used to read this series of books to my brothers and I all the time growing up. I related to this book a lot because I feel like when I was little I was just like the little girl in the story. I have two older brothers, and I can always remember wanting to do stuff with them all the time. I thought it was very cute how the little girl shared with her brother at the end. It was a great ending to the story. I recommend this series of books to any little kid because they are always full of great lessons.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Bowman

    This book by Mercer Mayer is part of an amazing series of young pictures books. This one is a good book for children who may have a younger sibling to read. It shows a brother who is always upset about his sister wanting to do everything with him, at the end he sees that his sister likes to share and just wants to spend time with him. It is an easy book to read with short sentences on each page and easy words to read. It is a great book for kids to learn to read and to learn how to share with si This book by Mercer Mayer is part of an amazing series of young pictures books. This one is a good book for children who may have a younger sibling to read. It shows a brother who is always upset about his sister wanting to do everything with him, at the end he sees that his sister likes to share and just wants to spend time with him. It is an easy book to read with short sentences on each page and easy words to read. It is a great book for kids to learn to read and to learn how to share with siblings. Would definitely recommend!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    My nieces and I really enjoy the Little Critter books. They're short, they're funny, they're topical, and they're cheap. This one portrays a very real aspect of sibling relationships - the sibling who always wants to join in and share, even when you REALLY want them to leave you alone. Little Critter spends the book detailing his problems, in short sentences, until the end - when his sister unselfishly shares her candy with him, and hopefully teaches him a lesson in the process. My nieces and I really enjoy the Little Critter books. They're short, they're funny, they're topical, and they're cheap. This one portrays a very real aspect of sibling relationships - the sibling who always wants to join in and share, even when you REALLY want them to leave you alone. Little Critter spends the book detailing his problems, in short sentences, until the end - when his sister unselfishly shares her candy with him, and hopefully teaches him a lesson in the process.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Holli Shipley

    I love Mercer Mayer books. My five year old has me read them over and over again. The illustrations are great and very descriptive. It is easy for a child to follow along and retell the story. This book addresses everyday situations, especially if you have a younger sibling.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Andd Becker

    Look for the mouse. How many times does the mouse appear? 15

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

    Easy book to read with children. Simply point out the speech bubble of "Me Too!" on nearly every page and they quickly say the words. Easy book to read with children. Simply point out the speech bubble of "Me Too!" on nearly every page and they quickly say the words.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kerri

    Cute! Siblings can be so annoying! But they can also be pretty great :)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jayda Safford

    it is so funny

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