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Match the start of the Mr Men book with Correct Mr Mr Men.*name*= the Mr mens surname. I made some harder ones easier. Some have no link to character at all on the 1st page which makes it harder!
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Mr *Name* was one of those people who simply couldn't stop talking
Mr *Name* lived up to his name. He lived in what could be have been a nice house, but wasn't. He never painted it, or mended he windows or repaired the roof.
Mr *Name* lived in a teapot
Hello! Meet Mr Happy, Happy by name and happy by nature. and now i'm going to tell you a story. Actually this story isn't about Mr Happy, well not really.
Mr *Name* always woke up in a *name* mood with a bright sunny smile on his face
It was a *name* sunny day. And on this *name* summers day. Mr *Name* was looking even more *name* than usual
Mr *Name*'s name suited him well. 'Bah!' he would *name* every morning.
Mr *name* isn't as strong as Mr Strong. He is not as tall as Mr Tall. But that doesn't stop him being *name* as you will soon see.
Mr *Name* as you might well know, or maybe you don't lived next door to Mr Busy. He built his house himself. *name*ly
There has never been anybody quite like Mr *Name* He could do things 10 times as fast as ever you or i could. For instance if he was reading this book he'd be finished by now.
Mr *name* was quite the *name*est person ever. The *name*est person in the world and he knew it. 'oh i'm so very *name*' he would used to say
Poor Mr Happy had had a tiring day, rushing here and there and back again, cheering up people was hard work. 'phew' as he went into his house and sat down for a well earned rest on
Mr *Name* was extraordinarily thin
Whatever Mr *name* did was absolutely totally completely utterly *name*
Mr *name* had no sense at all
Poor Mr *name* Whatever happened he *name*ed about it.
Mr *name* was, to be quite honest, not very clever. If you were to ask Mr *name* what was the opposite of black he'd say 'The opposite of Black is er... Pink'
Mr *name* could do the most amazing things
This is story of Mr *name* Mr *name* is the *name*est person in the whole wide world.
It was a lovely sunny evening. Mr *name* was at home. Crosspatch Cottage.
It was a rather nice morning. In the sky the sun was up. Shining. In the trees the birds were up. Singing. But in a rather scruffy house in the middle of a field somebody wasn't up
Mr *name* liked the *name* life. He lived *name*ly in a small little cottage in the middle of a wood.
Mr *name* was the fastest thing on two legs
Mr *name* was very very very *name* Quite possibly the *name*est person you've ever met.
Poor Mr *name* just couldn't get anything right. Everyything he did, everything he tried, everything he said was *name*ed
Mr *name* was very small and like a rubber ball
Mr *name* was *name* about everything. Absolutely everything had to be neat and tidy and its proper place
Mr *name* lives in sleepyland which is a very *name*looking and sleepylike place
Mr *name* was a very very *name* person indeed For example, if Mr *name* was reading this story to you he'd be shouting at the top of his voice.
Poor Mr *Name* was frightened of everthing and anything
It was one of those beautiful summer mornings that everybody likes to see. In *Name* me not cottage the owner was fast asleep.
This is a story about Mr *Name* You know what he looks like don't you. Because you've seen his picture on the front of the book
Mr *Name* was very *name*. Probably the *name*est person you've ever seen in your life
This is the Story of Mr *name* and how Mr *name* finishes the story not quite so *name* as at the beginning of the story
Mr *name* lives in nonsense land, which is a very funny place to live
Mr *name* was the *name*est person you've ever met in your whole life. He looked *name* because he was *name* in everything he did.
One night two days before Christmas it started to *name*
This is the sad story of Mr *name* The trouble was Mr *Name* just couldn't help having little accidents.
This is coldland which is a country somewhere near the North Pole
Mr *name* liked to know about everything that was going on.
On the otherside of the world where the sun shines hotter than here and where the trees are 100 feet tall there is a country called *name*land.
Mr *name* liked to eat
It was a warm Sunny day. in a small house at the other side of the wood. Mr *name* was asleep. You didn't know that there was such a thing as a *Name* did you. Well there is!
In my snow covered cottage at the south pole I was having Breakfast
Mr *name* is a funny sort of fellow. Everything about him was either upside down or inside out...
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