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Dr. Thirteenth is here in a deluxe, limited edition hardcover! A fabulous mashup of the fantastical storytelling of Dr. Who and the whimsical humor of Roger Hargreaves, the book will appeal to fans of both iconic brands! This is an original Doctor Who adventure reimagined in the style of Roger Hargreaves. In a special, larger trim size, and with foil on the cover, this is t Dr. Thirteenth is here in a deluxe, limited edition hardcover! A fabulous mashup of the fantastical storytelling of Dr. Who and the whimsical humor of Roger Hargreaves, the book will appeal to fans of both iconic brands! This is an original Doctor Who adventure reimagined in the style of Roger Hargreaves. In a special, larger trim size, and with foil on the cover, this is the most deluxe Doctor Who storybook to date. Written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves, Dr. Thirteenth combines the iconic storytelling of Doctor Who with the whimsical humor and design made famous by his father, Roger Hargreaves.


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Dr. Thirteenth is here in a deluxe, limited edition hardcover! A fabulous mashup of the fantastical storytelling of Dr. Who and the whimsical humor of Roger Hargreaves, the book will appeal to fans of both iconic brands! This is an original Doctor Who adventure reimagined in the style of Roger Hargreaves. In a special, larger trim size, and with foil on the cover, this is t Dr. Thirteenth is here in a deluxe, limited edition hardcover! A fabulous mashup of the fantastical storytelling of Dr. Who and the whimsical humor of Roger Hargreaves, the book will appeal to fans of both iconic brands! This is an original Doctor Who adventure reimagined in the style of Roger Hargreaves. In a special, larger trim size, and with foil on the cover, this is the most deluxe Doctor Who storybook to date. Written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves, Dr. Thirteenth combines the iconic storytelling of Doctor Who with the whimsical humor and design made famous by his father, Roger Hargreaves.

30 review for Dr. Thirteenth: Limited Edition

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    That latest in the Doctor Who meets Mr. Men and Little Miss series, as the Thirteenth Doctor takes her bow. I revived this in my Christmas stocking, it’s such a perfect gift. The Doctor, Graham and Ryan want to surprise Yaz with a surprise birthday party. A nice breezy quick read, Jodie’s Doctor really lends herself to this range. They’ve perfectly captured her likeness. An each story that will appeal to fans of all ages.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    The new Doctor Who makes her appearance as a Mr Men/Little Miss. It's also. All three companions are here and there is a fun lightheartedness to the story. Very nice. The new Doctor Who makes her appearance as a Mr Men/Little Miss. It's also. All three companions are here and there is a fun lightheartedness to the story. Very nice.

  3. 4 out of 5

    The Post Monument

    3 stars

  4. 4 out of 5

    Finn

    It's Yaz' birthday and it's up to Ryan, Graham and the Doctor to make it a good one. It's a children's book but oh my goddess, it's the sweetest thing you'll ever read about the Doctor and her "fam". Absolutely adored it and put a huge grin on my face. I highly reccommend it, for all ages. It's Yaz' birthday and it's up to Ryan, Graham and the Doctor to make it a good one. It's a children's book but oh my goddess, it's the sweetest thing you'll ever read about the Doctor and her "fam". Absolutely adored it and put a huge grin on my face. I highly reccommend it, for all ages.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Karrie

    Illustrations classic, story meh. Liked that all the companions are there, but perhaps we need another season of the Thirteenth Doctor for more distinct traits to be illustrated.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kieran McAndrew

    A Surprise for the Doctor 'The Thirteenth Doctor' is a fun adventure for younger readers, with the classic Hargreaves style illustrations to brighten the page. Although the language is simple enough, the vocabulary extends to alien words and planets. A Surprise for the Doctor 'The Thirteenth Doctor' is a fun adventure for younger readers, with the classic Hargreaves style illustrations to brighten the page. Although the language is simple enough, the vocabulary extends to alien words and planets.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    I’ve only seen one of Jody’s episodes, so I really can’t speak for how well this captured the characters, but the story was adorable. As always, the illustrations are super cute, too. This is a great addition to the Doctor Who/Mr. Men mash-up series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Dr. Thirteenth is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves and is a part of the Doctor Who Meets Mr Men and Little Miss series, which tells a story about the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, and Ryan as they try to put together a fun birthday surprise for Yaz. The Doctor travels across time and space in search of some candles, some balloons, and a cake, which makes for a rather explosive surprise. The text is rather simple and straightforward. Hargreaves aptly captured the e Dr. Thirteenth is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves and is a part of the Doctor Who Meets Mr Men and Little Miss series, which tells a story about the Thirteenth Doctor, Graham, and Ryan as they try to put together a fun birthday surprise for Yaz. The Doctor travels across time and space in search of some candles, some balloons, and a cake, which makes for a rather explosive surprise. The text is rather simple and straightforward. Hargreaves aptly captured the essence of the Thirteenth Doctor's demeanor fairly well. The illustrations are a perfect combination between the Doctor Who and the Mr Men and Little Miss universes. The Thirteenth Doctor depicted really looks like Jodie Whittaker from the Mr Men and Little Miss universe. The premise of the book is rather straightforward. The Thirteenth Doctor and her other companions are planning a surprise party for Yaz. It combines familiar elements of the television series with whimsical wit of the original Mr Men and Little Miss stories. As this narrative was written before the Thirteenth Doctor's first series aired, it sadly is not able to refer to her previous adventures in the same way as the previous installments. All in all, Dr. Thirteenth is a wonderful children's book about the Thirteenth Doctor and the perfect amalgamation of Dr. Who and the Mr Men and Little Miss universes.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Scott Moore

    This last book in the Doctor Who series by Adam Hargreaves is by far the closest to the original Mr. Men and therefore is also the least Doctor Who-like. Rather like the current era of the TV series! While the cartoons of the Doctor and her companions are excellent, as are the illustrations as a whole, the story strikes me as basic and infantile. But, to be fair to the author, this is a good reflection of the TV series, which is now pitched to a much younger audience than the rest of the Revived This last book in the Doctor Who series by Adam Hargreaves is by far the closest to the original Mr. Men and therefore is also the least Doctor Who-like. Rather like the current era of the TV series! While the cartoons of the Doctor and her companions are excellent, as are the illustrations as a whole, the story strikes me as basic and infantile. But, to be fair to the author, this is a good reflection of the TV series, which is now pitched to a much younger audience than the rest of the Revived era of Doctor Who.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Artemis Crescent

    A 'Mr Men and Little Miss' book about the thirteenth Doctor and her three companions (though only she goes travelling in the TARDIS). It's what you'd expect. 'Doctor Who: Dr. Thirteenth' is cute, and funny for kids. It's iffy in parts in spite of the sweetness and sass, like concerning the time travel aspect (let's not get into the inclusion of World War II), but it grew on me. Small and colourful. Always nice to see a product centering on the first female Doctor too, especially for children. Fun A 'Mr Men and Little Miss' book about the thirteenth Doctor and her three companions (though only she goes travelling in the TARDIS). It's what you'd expect. 'Doctor Who: Dr. Thirteenth' is cute, and funny for kids. It's iffy in parts in spite of the sweetness and sass, like concerning the time travel aspect (let's not get into the inclusion of World War II), but it grew on me. Small and colourful. Always nice to see a product centering on the first female Doctor too, especially for children. Fun ladies on adventures! Final Score: 3/5

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vivien Parry

    Full of surprises! I love the Mr Men and love Doctor Who. Combine them both and you get a fantastic story for all ages! Brilliant drawings with a happy storyline just made to make you smile 😊

  12. 4 out of 5

    Thebruce1314

    It’s hard to dislike these books: yes, they are silly and contrived, but also entertaining and colourful and Who-y. My main complaint about this book is that there really isn’t anything defining of Thirteen in it, aside from the inclusion of her companions. 🤷‍♀️

  13. 5 out of 5

    Danna

    What a hoot! The hubs and I are finally reading this series I bought for him at Xmas. Both of us being Whovians, and me being a librarian and fond of the quirky “Little Mr./Miss/Ms.” series, we are amused.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mosley Allen

    This is a cute little Doctor who story, perhaps a little too young for my daughter but we both enjoy Doctor Who so much that we picked it. I had to chuckle when she told me that you can't light candles with the sonic screwdriver. This is a cute little Doctor who story, perhaps a little too young for my daughter but we both enjoy Doctor Who so much that we picked it. I had to chuckle when she told me that you can't light candles with the sonic screwdriver.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Derelict Space Sheep

    Hargreaves takes his series of Doctor Who / Mister Men mashups out in one last glorious blaze of banality. Again, the illustrations aren’t bad, but the story is pointless and what little connection it has to Doctor Who is pure Russell T Davies-era.

  16. 4 out of 5

    TrixieB

    Encapsulates the characters quite well. Plus it's just a lot of fun! Encapsulates the characters quite well. Plus it's just a lot of fun!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ann Goodwin

    A Glorious romp with added chocolate. A great way to celebrate the new year.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ned Netherwood

    Delightful fun. Hard not to read this to the kids without a big grin on my face

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    Lil bit of fun!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Syntha Green

    Really cute, I hope it does well at my library.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Fleming

    Great fun, but definitely guessed the twist.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Catherine Mason

    Funny story about the 'family' that is the current Dr. Who cast. I enjoyed it. Funny story about the 'family' that is the current Dr. Who cast. I enjoyed it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Megan Walsh

    Cute

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jess Matthews

    Got this for my birthday as a little joke from my auntie absolutely loved it perfect for any Whovian.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    it was like ten pages long but i’m behind on my yearly goal already so i’m counting it

  26. 5 out of 5

    David Edmonds

    As a kid, I loved the Mr. Men/Little Miss books, so when these Doctor Who mashups were announced, I knew I was going to get them. At the time of release, Peter Capaldi was just finishing his run as the Twelfth Doctor, and Jodie Whittaker had been announced as the Thirteenth Doctor, but there was no mention of a Dr. Thirteenth book for her, and I was really hoping they weren't going to pass her up, and I was very happy when her own mashup was released. Just as much fun as the other volumes in this As a kid, I loved the Mr. Men/Little Miss books, so when these Doctor Who mashups were announced, I knew I was going to get them. At the time of release, Peter Capaldi was just finishing his run as the Twelfth Doctor, and Jodie Whittaker had been announced as the Thirteenth Doctor, but there was no mention of a Dr. Thirteenth book for her, and I was really hoping they weren't going to pass her up, and I was very happy when her own mashup was released. Just as much fun as the other volumes in this series, Dr. Thirteenth finds the Doctor, Graham, and Ryan trying to find a birthday present for Yaz, and it ends up in the Doctor's hands to deliver the surprise. The illustrations are spot on as a Hargreaves homage, and the story is cute enough for a kid to a kid to enjoy, but is equally enjoyable for an adult as a nostalgic throwback to the original books. I'd like to see more of these released in the future.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Adam Hargreaves is the author/illustrator of a series of children’s picture books based on Doctor Who and illustrated in the style of his father, Roger Hargreaves’, Mr Men and Little Miss figures. Dr Thirteenth is the story of the new Doctor and her companions, Graham, Ryan and Yaz and they attempt to plan a special birthday surprise for Yaz. Recommended for fans of Doctor Who.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jenevieve

    Review first posted on My Blog. Yaz's birthday is tomorrow and the Doctor, Ryan, and Graham have no idea what to do for when the Doctor comes up with an idea for an amazing birthday cake from a marvelous bakery on another planet along with balloons and candles from the past. Yaz is sure to be surprised. It was a cute little story but very little character interaction, mostly just the Doctor running through the universe collecting things. Also, I haven't seen enough of the new Doctor to know if the Review first posted on My Blog. Yaz's birthday is tomorrow and the Doctor, Ryan, and Graham have no idea what to do for when the Doctor comes up with an idea for an amazing birthday cake from a marvelous bakery on another planet along with balloons and candles from the past. Yaz is sure to be surprised. It was a cute little story but very little character interaction, mostly just the Doctor running through the universe collecting things. Also, I haven't seen enough of the new Doctor to know if the voices were quite right for the characters which is usually my big test for these books.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    As a kid I loved Mr Men and Little Miss and as a teen I loved Doctor Who (though now I still love both of these). This is a very cute and fun combination of the two. I haven’t read the other Doctors’ stories, but now I think I just might!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    Boom Cake!

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