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Mouse and Mole, Secret Valentine (A Mouse and Mole Story)

by Wong Herbert Yee

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The story begins with Mouse making Valentines for Valentine's Day. Mole was also planning to make Valentines. They were friends, Mole was in love with a Mouse. Together, they made each other beautiful Valentines. Mouse delivered her Valentine to Mole to his house. Mole and Mouse delivered all their Valentines to their friends. Mole delivered his Valentine to Mouse's door. Mole forgot to sign the Valentine. So, Mouse thought it was a secret Valentine. They ate lunch later on; Mouse got a craved cheese with a Valentine line on it. Mouse was desperate to find her secret Valentine. She went out to search; meanwhile, Mole went to buy a box of chocolates for Mouse, and roses. He was so shy and embarrassed as he prepared his Valentine gift for Mouse. He invited Mouse to the dance floor, but Mouse received the message a little late. Mole waited impatiently, but Mouse made it and it was the greatest Valentine's Day ever!

Cute story about loving friends. The sequence of events that brought Mouse and Mole together can be organized into a chart and the class can talk about each event or write it as they read the book. They can come up with their own Valentines Day confusion or change and event in the story and write the ending. ( )
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Mole took a piece of pink paper and folded it in half.

He drew a curvy line in pencil.

"That looks like my tail," giggled Mouse.

"Don't be silly!" chuckled Mole.

He cut along the line with scissors.

Snip, snip, snip!

"Presto!" Mole unfolded the paper.

"Why, it's a heart!" Mouse exclaimed.

"You are too clever, Mole!"

 

Rosy-cheeked Mouse and shy Mole share their secret valentines and feel butterflies in their bellies in this seventh installment in the award-winning Mouse and Mole series. Wong Herbert Yee creates just the right combination of sweetness, humor, and heart with his words and images for this early reader audience. Readers will be smitten and swooning with this new tender and funny book in this artful and accessible series. As an added bonus, learn how to make a valentine to share in the back of the book!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:15 -0400)

After getting a fluttery feeling while helping Mouse make valentines for each of their friends, Mole sends her a series of notes and gifts, signing them "your secret valentine."

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