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Good Night, Mouse! by Jed Henry
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Good Night, Mouse!

by Jed Henry

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Good Night, Mouse is a story based on friendship and patience. The story is short, sweet, and mildly confusing. The story is easy to understand for an adult, but quite confusing for a child. The language is simple and easy to understand for an older child. Younger children will need defining terms to discuss. For example. "dusky shadow, deep and dim", would be a confusing statement for a young child to comprehend. In the story, each friend has an idea of what will help mouse sleep. Every friend has a different idea making it difficult for mouse to settle down. All of the characters are realistic animals and easily identifiable. I enjoyed the story, more the second reading than the first. The overall message of the story is to do whatever it takes to be a good friend. ( )
  ShinekaGeorgie | Sep 21, 2015 |
A charming companion to Cheer Up, Mouse! and a good one to add to the bedtime reading collection. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
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It’s time for bed, but Mouse is wide awake. If a forest full of friends who curl and cuddle, drift and snuggle, can’t lull poor Mouse to sleep, what will help Mouse say good night? This endearing story of friendship, with irresistible artwork by the New York Times best-selling illustrator Jed Henry, is the charming companion to Cheer Up, Mouse!.

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All of Mouse's friends have ideas for helping him fall asleep.

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