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Babymouse #1: Queen of the World! Paperback – December 27, 2005
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Journal 3 brims with every page ever seen on the show plus all-new pages with monsters and secrets, notes from Dipper and Mabel, and the Author's full story. Hardcover
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I could not stop reading Babymouse. The artwork is full of humor, life and movement. Babymouse lives a life any school kid will identify with. Getting up in the morning is hard. Finding your place in the social strata of school life results in angst and envy. P.E. is not for the faint of heart. Opening your locker is dangerous. Good friends are worth more than gold. Babymouse has an imagination that sweeps her away. After missing the school bus she has to walk to school. In her mind (and on the page) she is a pioneer on an arduous trail through the West. It reminded me of the flights of fantasy Calvin and Hobbes enjoyed.
I realize these books are pitched at elementary but the themes resonate through jr. high. If I was a jr. high librarian, I would have to get them for my collection.
I also love the fact that Babymouse is a reader. There are stacks of books in her room.
We love that Babymouse got her excited about reading. But we also love the books. Her 10-year-old sister and I wait hungrily to get our chances to read them. I love Babymouse's imagination and her love of books.
In the book, Babymouse has daydreams about being Queen of the World. One day her locker gets stuck, and her friend Wilson the Weasel comes and helps her open it. He invites her to her house to watch a movie. Then at lunch her banana rolls off the table and under another table where Felicia, a girl that Babymouse wants to be friends with, is sitting. Babymouse crawls under the table and overhears Felicia telling her friends that she is having a sleepover.
Now Babymouse wants to be invited. One day Felicia forgets to do her book report so Babymouse lets her have hers so she'll get an invitation to the party. Babymouse goes to the party, but she's bored and she accidentally spills pink nail polish all over Felicia. Then she remembers Wilson so when Felicia makes her make the popcorn while they watch a boring movie, Babymouse gets mad and dumps the popcorn on Felicia's head. Then she leaves and goes to Wilson's house and realizes that her life isn't as boring as she thinks it is.
In the book, Babymouse often has daydreams and isn't paying attention to what's really happening. When she opens her locker, a monster eats her homework. When someone tells her to pass a note to the person behind her, she's a detective. Of course none of this really happens, but it does show it in the book the way Babymouse imagined it.
The books in this series are:
#1 Babymouse: Queen of the World!
#2 Babymouse: Our Hero
#3 Babymouse: Beach Babe
#4 Babymouse: Rock Star (coming soon)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter enjoys these books,she is 8. They are kind of all over the place, but she laughs and takes the book everywhere so I give it 5 stars!!!Published 2 months ago by Jason
The main character is a mouse. There is a bully named Felicia. Baby mouse's locker is a portal. This book is the best you should try it.Published 4 months ago by Ken Hamm
Terrific book for reluctant readers as well as those in early grades. Funny and easy for young children to read.Published 4 months ago by BGM
I got this for my Japanese roomate so she could practice reading english. It was really great and entertaining for both of usPublished 13 months ago by Doris P. Fell