Published February 1, 1992
by Chronicle Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
The book, There's a Mouse in the House by Wendy Cheyette Lewison and illustrated by Hans Wilhelm is a story based off a little mouse carrying a suitcase, just looking for a new home to live in. One day, he decides to walk into a house and just about scares the daylights out of the family, from mom to dad and then to grandma.4/5. See and discover other items: house mouse, mouse house, usborne books, usborne children's books, usborne childrens books, usborne books for kids There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime/5(). The story is about a mouse trying to find food in the house and he slips through slits in the pages to get from one area to another. My 5yr old always wants to work the mous and usually is able to do it just fine on her own/5. As you read the book, you slip the mouse through different slots as the mouse runs through the house looking for food and avoiding the cat. There is even a pattern on the back cover for making a new mouse in case the original mouse gets lost.5/5(5).
There's a Mouse About the House, a book written and illustrated by Richard Fowler, is a clever book that combines storytelling with fine motor development and reading preparation. To use this book, you take the little cardboard mouse out of its sleeve on the front cover and slip it through the slot. “Like a proper English young lady. Except for your hair coloring.” Charlotte wanted to change Mouse’s name, but Mouse didn’t want to change it. She liked her name being Mouse. Charlotte couldn’t believe that Mouse’s birth mother had named her just Mouse. She had done a background check on Mouse’s mother and on her father. This interactive book is so much fun: first, take the little cardboard mouse out of the pocket on the front cover. Then, as you read the story about the mouse’s adventure, follow the dotted line and move the mouse through the slot on each page. a mouse in my house Eeeek There's a mouse in my house There's a mouse in my house There it is running round and round on the kitchen floor; My mommy’.
There's a Mouse about the House 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings The illustrations and dexterity challenge of moving the little mouse in and out of the slits throughout the pages seemed too mature. Much to our surprise this is is now his favorite book. He loves helping the house move through the rooms of the house while he peeks under the 5/5(2). There’s a Mouse in my House By: Don Reuschel. About the Book. There’s a Mouse in my House is an amusing story about a little girl’s pet mouse. She learns how pet mice stay active, how they search for food and the chaos that can ensue when things don’t always go as expected. When my children were little, they're 27 and 31 now, There's a Mouse About The House was one of their favourite books to read during cuddle time. The interaction of reading and physically joining in the story was a big hit. I have introduced this book to many of my nieces and nephews to great enthusiasm. Definitely a good purchase/5(). This interactive book is so much fun: first, take the little cardboard mouse out of the pocket on the front cover. Then, as you read the story about the mouse’s adventure, follow the dotted line and move the mouse through the slot on each page. And - this book is not just fun, it’s educational, too: Holding the mouse is like holding a pencil.