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Babymouse, Queen of the World! by Jennifer…

Babymouse, Queen of the World! (2005)

by Jennifer Holm

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As soon as I started reading Babymouse, it made me think of Junie B. Jones. Babymouse is a very energetic little mouse. She has a huge imagination and that sometimes gets her into trouble. There is very little color in Babymouse. Only black, pink, and white are present. This works well for this graphic novel series though. The pink is used to accentuate key or funny parts of the story, and it also reflects Babymouse's personality. The illustrations work well with the text to convey the story to the reader. Action is demonstrated appropriately for the graphic novel form. Small details, such as Babymouse's curly whiskers are carried throughout the book to help illustrate her personality. The language is simple enough that this book could possibly be used as a transitional book.
  foraclass | Mar 8, 2014 |
Baby Mouse Daydreams of becoming queen of the world. A murderous locker, space explorations and wild west showdowns. Nothing phases this young mouse as she goes through an average day in the life of your average teen girl. Popularity being the all important goal until she realizes her true friend has always been there for her and being popular isn't all its cracked up to be.
  stacy3176 | Feb 2, 2014 |
A fun filled game of cat and mouse enhanced only by a fairy god weasel!
  gradschool14 | Jan 30, 2014 |
This Graphic novel is an easy read. Limited text and fun pictures. I can see how a young girl would enjoy this book and be able to relate to the themes.
  Victoria_Martin | Dec 5, 2013 |
Tired of having the same routine every day, Babymouse yearns for something different – fame, fortune, to be queen of the world, or at the very least to be invited to the sleepover of the popular Felicia Furrypaws. Although the plot in this graphic novel is a fairly common one (a girl wants to be friends with the popular girls, but then decides to go back to her own best friend when she realizes they are not as cool as she initially thought), it is also a plot with important inherent lessons to learn and one to which many young girls will be able to relate. The book is a fast-paced read with short, simple text and entertaining black, white, and pink illustrations that complement and extend the text. The book is humorous and whimsical and has a visibly girly look to it, with its pink color, hearts, and female main character. Young children can gain valuable experience in reading graphic novels by reading the books in this series. ( )
  CarolineBraden | Nov 2, 2013 |
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Babymouse comic created exclusively for Amazon.com Meet Babymouse, a sassy young mouse who dreams of glamour, excitement, adventure, straight whiskers, being queen of the world, and of course, being invited to Felicia Furrypaws's oh-so-exclusive party. Readers will love Babymouse's vivid imagination--an empty locker becomes a black hole that sucks her into space, boring party becomes a Wild West adventure--and the clever illustrations and hilarious storyline of brother-sister team Matthew and Jennifer Holm.

Don't miss the second installment, Babymouse: Our Hero.

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An imaginative mouse dreams of being queen of the world, but will settle for an invitation to the most popular girl's slumber party.

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