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by Elizabeth Zechel

eBook Is There a Mouse in the Baby's Room? download ISBN: 160059266X
Author: Elizabeth Zechel
Publisher: Lark Books (August 5, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 30
ePub: 1255 kb
Fb2: 1515 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: doc lit lrf txt
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Could there b. mouse in the house? Yes, there i. ut in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t!

Could there b. ut in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t! Follow baby’s exploits as he has his first funny, yet exhausting, encounter with a larger-than-life mischievous mouse. The mouse teases the baby, grabs his bottle, flings all the toys around, and rides and wrecks his tricycle. All the while, the amusing Could there b. ut in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t!

Could there beÂa mouse in the house? Yes, there isÂbut in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad donÂt! Follow babyÂs exploits as he has his first funny, yet exhausting, encounter with a larger-than-life mischievous mouse. The mouse teases the baby, grabs his bottle, flings all the toys around, and rides and wrecks his tricycle

Elizabeth Zechel is an illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? Her illustrations appear in books such as Wordbirds by Liesl Schillinger . .

Elizabeth Zechel is an illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? Her illustrations appear in books such as Wordbirds by Liesl Schillinger .view moreElizabeth Zechel is an illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? Her illustrations appear in books such as Wordbirds by Liesl Schillinger, The Little General and the Giant Snowflake by Matthea Harvey, and cookbooks such as Bubby’s Homemade Pies by Jen Bervin and Ron Silver, as well as a variety of magazine and literary journals

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Could there be?a mouse in the house? Yes, there is?but in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t! . Very interactive, great for beginning readers. Look forward to much more from Elizabeth Zechel! 0. Report. Saw it at the bookstore and have to have it.

Could there be?a mouse in the house? Yes, there is?but in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t! Follow baby’s exploits as he has his first. By Thriftbooks. com User, October 1, 2008. It is adorable and the pictures are very cute. I think it would be appropriate for the youngest of readers through grade school.

Elizabeth Zechel is the illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? .

Elizabeth Zechel is the illustrator and author of the children’s book Is There a Mouse in the Baby’s Room? She has created illustrations for children’s books and cookbooks, as well as for a variety of magazine and literary journals. She lives in Brooklyn. The words in Wordbirds are amusing and clever tools that resonate because they are at once original and familiar.

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The book teaches a marvelous lesson in terms that young children can understand. A king's wonderful cheese attracts local mice who overrun the palace. Wise men bring in ever larger animals to chase away the animals who have only made matters worse. Finally, mice are brought in to chase out the elephants and king is back to where he started. I became familiar with the book from my mother who taught kindergarten and even the five year olds love the book.

Could there be…a mouse in the house? Yes, there is…but in this humorous picture book, baby knows while Mom and Dad don’t! Follow baby’s exploits as he has his first funny, yet exhausting, encounter with a larger-than-life mischievous mouse. The mouse teases the baby, grabs his bottle, flings all the toys around, and rides and wrecks his tricycle. All the while, the amusingly oblivious parents think they might hear a squeak…but can’t imagine a mouse could be in baby’s room without their realizing! The unique illustrations have a fantastically unusual perspective: the world as seen from a baby’s-eye view, with all items appearing bigger than normal. The cute cartoon infant and entertainingly expressive mouse are sure to please, and the simple text, with its engaging refrain, is fun to read aloud.
Comments: (4)
NI_Rak
I'm giving this book three stars because I'm nice. I bought this book for my nephew and I didn't like it so I sent it back. I didn't find the book funny or cute. Actually I thought it was repetitive, I felt like I was reading the same thing page after page. My nephew has the best books there is and this one wasn't up to par. And please don't attack me if you disagree, I don't make a habit of writing negative reviews.
Siralune
My girlfriend and I spotted this book over the weekend, and I don't know if it was the combination of being away from our spouse's and children for a night that had us giddy already or if it was the book alone, but we were laughing so hard we were in tears at one point. The illustrations are simple but so expressive, from the baby staring at his parent's feet, to the mouse riding the little red trike like Ralph from "mouse and the motorcycle",(our very favorite is the baby trying to scribble a note to his parents on a piece of paper in "baby language"). It is very cute and worth getting for any age (Kindergarteners would probably love the silliness of it). Great book!
Uthergo
I don't own this book yet, but after looking at it at the bookstore I am ordering if for my 2 year old daughter. It is adorable and the pictures are very cute. I think it would be appropriate for the youngest of readers through grade school.
Marinara
This is a darling book with wonderful illustrations! Very interactive, great for beginning readers. Look forward to much more from Elizabeth Zechel!