Mr. Good

The Author of this book is Roger Hargreaves

In the Badland, one bad city lived the Mr. Good he was very good. In Badland, the puddles are much deeper than they look. In Badland, a dog’s bite is worse that its bark. In Badland, even the trees are bad! One day, the weather it was wet and windy. The weather is always bad in Badland! If Mr. Good offered to help carry shopping, he was accused of stealing. You see, the very idea of doing a good deed in Badland was preposterous, unthinkable, mad. Mr. Good wasn’t very happy. In fact was miserable. So he decided to go for a long walk to think about things. He walked for a very long time. Suddenly the weather change and fell to a man. He stammered: “Oh…….oh…..I……..I……..I’m s-s-so s-s-sorry” “That’s quite all right,” said the man, and carried on his way. In the whole of his life nobody had ever said ”That’s quite all right” to Mr. Good. After , he found a dustbin on its side. Without thinking, he tidied up all the rubbish. ”Thank you” said a woman. In the whole of his life nobody had ever said ”thank you” to him. Could you tell me where I am?” he asked. ”You’re in Goodland” replied the woman. And he is happy! Once you have stepped in a Badland puddle, you never forget!

New Words I learnt are:
worse, leapt, minding
My favourite part of the book is:
In Badland, even the trees are bad!
I give this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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