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Where's Mommy? (Mary and the Mouse)

by Beverly Donofrio

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Marie and Mouse Mouse are best friends living in the same house. The little twist is one is a human girl and the other is a mouse girl. The two play together in secret so that the other doesn't have to move if either of their families find out about the other. One night both girls were calling for their mother but there was no answer. They searched throughout the house and asked their family members if they say mommy. Only then where they lead to the shed in the backyard and what they found was so surprising. ( )
  amccann | Jan 2, 2015 |
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In this companion to acclaimed Mary and the Mouse, the Mouse and Mary, Maria (Mary's daughter) and Mouse Mouse (Mouse's daughter) are looking for their mothers. They're not in their bedrooms, their car and cart are still in the driveway, and they are not in the gazebo or under the mushroom! Where could they be? Well, turns out Mary and the Mouse are great friends—just like Maria and Mouse Mouse—and soon the new generation is in on the old generation's secret, and vice versa. Sparingly told and beautifully illustrated, this book is every bit as charming as its predecessor. Kids will pore over the minute details of a mouse's parallel world.

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While trying to keep their friendship a secret from their mothers, a human girl and a mouse make a surprising discovery.

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