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Babymouse, Beach Babe by Jennifer L. Holm

Babymouse, Beach Babe

by Jennifer L. Holm

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Another adventure starring Babymouse, with her little brother Squeak playing an adorable sidekick who’s initially kicked to the curb (err… sand?) while Babymouse is determined to look cool and have fun on her own. ( )
  howifeelaboutbooks | Nov 4, 2015 |
It's the last day of school, and Baby Mouse goes to the beach for summer vacation.
  tracybeggs | Aug 6, 2015 |
For Eli
  trexm5qp7 | May 8, 2015 |
I give it 3 stars because it was not really interesting . It wasn't interesting because there was not really a story. ( )
  crystalpuppy | Nov 25, 2013 |
So far Babymouse has been a graphic novel series I've only read in the context of being a Cybils judge. Coming in to the series so late and not being a fan of the color pink has made me a reluctant reader. I have decided to give the series a go while not acting as a judge to see if I can come to appreciate it on my own terms.

Babymouse: Beach Babe by Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm is the second book in the series. In it Babymouse is waiting for the start of summer while day dreaming of surfing waves the size you only see at places like Mavericks.

After cleaning out her locker (in which she uncovers all sorts of odd things including some mythical creatures), Babymouse gets the great news that her family will be spending the summer at the beach. It does mean a long car ride with baby brother Squeak who gets car sick but it's worth it.

Babymouse gets to try surfing, snorkeling, hunting for shells, sandcastle building and all sorts of other beach activities. Through out her imagination gets away with her. Brother Squeak gets underfoot but ultimately Babymouse learns that her brother is the perfect person to pal around with.

Babymouse: Beach Babe is so far one of my favorites from the series. It has a coherent story line and Babymouse is presented as a charming and sympathetic character instead of lazy and demanding as she sometimes is. I'm still not fond of the excess of pink but I'm willing to accept that it's part of the graphic design for the series. ( )
  pussreboots | May 5, 2013 |
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Grab your sunglasses! School’s out and Babymouse is headed to the beach for a week of sun, sand, surfing, snorkeling, and sharks! That’s right, folks . . . sharks! Looks like Babymouse’s summer fun isn’t shaping up quite the way she expected! Will Babymouse survive her summer vacation? Will she be the surfing star she dreams of being . . . or is she sharkbait?! Find out in Babymouse: Beach Babe, written and illustrated by brother-sister team Matthew Holm and Newbery Honor winner Jennifer L. Holm—making a splash this summer!

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During summer vacation, Babymouse heads to the beach for a fun-filled week of sun, sand, and surfing where she encounters a shark, which puts quite a damper on her dreams of being a surfing star.

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