Mouse Letters: A Very First Alphabet Book

Mouse Letters A Very First Alphabet Book In this wordless book an industrious mouse creates an entire alphabet out of sticks Although the building materials are inclined to fall roll spring back topple over and collapse with comical re

  • Title: Mouse Letters: A Very First Alphabet Book
  • Author: Jim Arnosky
  • ISBN: 9780395553862
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this wordless book, an industrious mouse creates an entire alphabet out of sticks Although the building materials are inclined to fall, roll, spring back, topple over, and collapse, with comical results, the mouse perseveres Young children just getting to know letter forms will delight in seeing the familiar shapes emerge and will share the mouse s satisfactions as thIn this wordless book, an industrious mouse creates an entire alphabet out of sticks Although the building materials are inclined to fall, roll, spring back, topple over, and collapse, with comical results, the mouse perseveres Young children just getting to know letter forms will delight in seeing the familiar shapes emerge and will share the mouse s satisfactions as the ambitious alphabet project reaches a successful conclusion The ink and watercolor illustrations form a tiny world children will want to return to again and again.

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    One Reply to “Mouse Letters: A Very First Alphabet Book”

    1. Jasper, 4 and still learning his letters, loves to browse through this wordless book and tell from the sweetly drawn illustrations the ridiculous story of a clearly emotional mouse having quite the adventure with several sticks and a steep hillside. In the course of conquering the sticks, the mouse makes every letter of the alphabet, in order. The little mouse is a pretty lovable guy. I personally love Jim Arnosky for blessing my son's childhood with this very best alphabet book. A word on the s [...]

    2. 22 months - because it's a wordless book the adult is forced to be creative to "read" it with their child. You actually really enjoyed this one. I would describe what the mouse was doing with the sticks (bending them etc) and you would announce what letter he had made. There was always concern when the mouse bumps his head and needs an ice pack.

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