6 edition of I wish I were-- a mouse found in the catalog.
Unhappy with always being told what to do, a young boy wishes he were a mouse.
|Statement||by Eve Tharlet.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.T326 Ias 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||1558583440, 1558583459|
|LC Control Number||94010272|
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Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. Its more of a picture book than I expected, read it in about 15 minutes, and the kids were keen to read it again the following evening I bought it as we have enjoyed playing with our own home made “mouse house” for years and it seemed perfect/5.
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Live better. Alexander wants to be loved by the humans like the wind up mouse but decides to use his wish on his friend.
The book is imaginative and the language is simple. The illustrations help the book along and describe the actions in the book well with its play with textured overlaying qualities. The plot is easy to follow and transitions well/5(). The Mouse and His Child is the most beautiful book ever written for children and for those who remember having been a child.
It is a crime that it is out of print and the reprint should use his wife's illustrations because they are perfect. It is a book about hope and forgiveness that is a treasure to read together with your by: A comprehensive database of more than book quizzes online, test your knowledge with book quiz questions.
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Mrs. Richards: You call that a bath. It's not big enough to drown a mouse. Bywhen it was officially renamed the “Wish Book,” the catalog boasted pages of toys and pages of gifts for adults, for a grand total of pages.
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The mouse in the jar is what I call a “Story Token” – it is a way for the children to remember the story after they get home.