Shelley and her parents learn the most effective way to deal with a miniature boy, who, like Shelley, is not very tidy.
"A tiny, troublesome boy appears when Shelley has neglected to do her jobs, and he grows taller when rebuked. He disappears temporarily when she cleans up and is finally banished altogether by hugs and kisses ..." Canadian Book Review Annual
Robert Munsch's award-winning books have become a staple on the bookshelves of families worldwide. His stories reflect the joys and challenges of everyday living, offering zany, yet utterly normal, experiences of family life. Munsch has sold over 40 million books in 20 countries and many languages, including French, Spanish, Arabic, and Chinese.