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Whose Mouse Are You? Hardcover – September 1, 2000
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School Library Journal ...[O]ne of the simplest -- and best -- picture boks to come along in years...
The Horn Book ...[A] story-hour treat...
Booklist ...[A]n absolute charmer...
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Originally published in 1970, "Whose Mouse are You?" is as much fun for young children and beginning readers now as it was back then. The text is short and simple, it rhymes and repeats, so even very young children can get interested in the story and repeat it after a few tellings. The illustrations are wonderfully simple and uncluttered, drawn with only with black yellow and red (from which we can get pink, orange and grey, too!)
When I was a infant/toddler teacher in daycare, "Whose Mouse are You?" was one of the all time favorites. Children just learning how to speak would call out "mouse book!! Mouse book!" and then sit glued to the pages. I've even seen an elementary school art teacher use this book to show how one does NOT need a box of 2 bazillion crayons to make interesting and fun illustrations-"get creative with limited tools" she said, passing out only red, yellow and black markers to the class.
For lapsitting readers as well as beginning readers, "Whose Mouse..." is an excellent choice and a lot of fun!! Enjoy!!
I hope your family enjoys it as much as we do!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our grandchildren love this book! I ordered 3 of them as gifts for them, but unfortunately one of them arrived with a deep fold in the cover.Published 18 days ago by John M. Zimmerman
This is the story of a little mouse whose feels alienated from his/her family, but finds just how great it is to be a loved member of the family. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
Lovely book, one of my kids' most loved and most requested. The simple illustrations captured the different emotions as the story progressed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by joc
I loved this book as a child and now my daughter can too!!! Came quick. Thank you!Published 5 months ago by Cory
A sweet and innocent book with huge pictures that is easy for young children to understand and is a great first book to memorize! A classic that is not highly publicized.Published 6 months ago by BMallen
This is a book I have read to all 3 of my kids as toddlers. Unfortunately, our previous copy had gotten destroyed (see previous statement about toddlers lol). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Moonandstars