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Also celebrating an anniversaryAits 30thAis Whose Mouse Are You? by Robert Kraus, illus. by Jose Aruego. Minimalist art and memorable text are more than the sum of its parts: "Whose mouse are you?/ Nobody's mouse./ Where is your mother?/ Inside a cat," it begins forlornly, but reverses into a joyful ending, with the mouse reuniting his far-flung family and gaining a new brother. (S&S, $17 40p ages 3-7 ISBN 0-689-84052-7; Sept.)
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Kirkus Reviews The quintessential picture books can't be plotted out or put into any other words; ergo,"Whose mouse are you?/Nobody's mouse./Where is your mother?/Inside a cat./Where is your father?/Caught in a trap..." But that's all we'll tell you -- the ending is too good to give away...
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...
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 19 days 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 2 months ago by Stephanie Davis
Arrived on time in good condition. One of our favorite books. It teaches importance of love, family relationships and responsibility. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Diana Galbraith
Our (now adult) family of five, can still recite the book complete with dramatic pauses. The recent purchase of two copies was for two new babies whose libraries are just... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Margaret T Martone
My children loved this book. Even my struggling reader was able to "read" it from memory. Great illustrations. Plenty of emotion in a few words. Love it!Published 16 months ago by Jay
Captures the young audience immediately. Lovely book for beginning readers to read independently and all the preschoolers selected it as a favourite.Published 17 months ago by Honoria
This was the first book I learned to read as a child. I wanted my son to have those memories with it as well. He loves the pictures and the story is very sweet.Published 19 months ago by tphoenix