If You Take A Mouse To The MoviesReviews
- Number of Pages: 40
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
The famous little mouse from the children's classic If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is back in another irresistible tale total of holiday antics. If you give him the popcorn, he'll want to string it all together. Then he'll want to hang it on a Christmas tree. This time, if you take him to the movies, he'll ask you for some popcorn.
Welcome towards the hilariously hypothetical world of Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond. Now, inside the excitement with the Christmas season, he's unstoppable. Going from film theater to Christmas tree lot to the neighbor's yard for snowmouse-building, he's a extremely demanding mouse indeed--in only the best way, of course. When we initial met him in Numeroff and Bond's tremendously popular If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, he had more energy than a 2-year-old on lollipops. Everything has an impact on everything else in this world, so in case you take a mouse for the movies, don't be surprised if you find yourself being run ragged by the exuberant small fellow's increasingly grand appetites.
The freshness in the If You Give a. series is diminished only slightly as the sequels pile up. A perfect Christmas read-aloud for the impetuous youngster on your list. Adult readers will chuckle as they recognize the ephemeral passions of a child, while youngsters will simply love the unfolding chain of events. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter The dazed and earnest look on the face of the mouse's long-suffering friend tends to make a marvelous foil for the mouse's high-spirited expressions.
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