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by Laura Numeroff

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If You Give a Mouse a Brownie is about a mouse and what would happen if you were to give a brownie. Examples of this is that the mouse will want a glass of milk, or a scoop of ice cream, and so on.
  Agnes_Marie03 | Feb 28, 2018 |
It was about a mouse and what happens when you give him a brownie. He imagines all this things we wants to do after he is given the brownie. Some of the activities are making a band, hanging up posters, going to the store, having a picnic, then going back for the brownie and the ice cream.
  beccaholtz | Feb 17, 2018 |
A beloved mouse tale of giving a mouse a brownie........
  CECC9 | Jan 16, 2018 |
I took it out despite the children's librarian on duty said it wasn't ' her thing '. It was sweet as young children's literature, but I think in some ways it would resonate with a lot of adults too. Who doesn't know at least one person who ' you give an inch and he takes a yard ' ? Or beginning a house project only to find something needs doing before you can begin the project and once you do it, something else needs doing and on and on. ( )
  REINADECOPIAYPEGA | Jan 11, 2018 |
This is a book about a boy and he offered a brownie to a mouse. Throughout the story, there is a sequence of events that if you give the mouse something like spoons, for example, he will start to drum and want to start a band. This is a wonderful story that displays a plot line that will lead the reader to what could be next. The style that the author uses by bringing the story back to the beginning really shows the completeness of the story itself. ( )
  canderson15 | May 3, 2017 |
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This book has not been published. According to Laura Numeroff's web site: "IF YOU GIVE A BEAR A BROWNIE, ANY RECIPE BOOKS, PIG PUMPKIN, MOOSE MATZOH...

Many people ask me when these books will be available!

These were tentative titles that AMAZON and BARNES & NOBLE got, but will never be published! Sorry about that! "
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If you give a mouse a brownie, he's going to ask for some ice cream to go with it. When you give him the ice cream, he'll probably ask you for a spoon. He'll start drumming on the table. Drumming will get him so excited he ll want to start a band...

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