A story about a curious six-year-old Swedish girl and her life in kindergarten.
The book explores Hattie’s year, from the first day to her last day in kindergarten. She makes new friends and gets into trouble. Hattie often jumps to conclusions and likes to hide and run away from her parents. Although she is troublesome, she often realizes when she does something wrong, and she feels bad about it.
The story was well written and gives you a good visual of the setting and characters. Some parts skip to a totally different topic, so they didn’t make much sense and were confusing to me. But some chapters had lots of suspense which were intriguing and interesting.
Hattie seems relatable to younger kids. She is troublesome but also fun and loves playing with her friends. The illustrations were well done and match the story, but maybe there could have been more.
I would recommend the book Hattie for younger kids and an easy reading level. It has fun stories they would enjoy.
Overall, a good story but confusing at times.
|Author||Frida Nilsson, illustrated by Stina Wirsen|
|Page Count||160 pages|
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