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The Diary of a Church Mouse

by Graham Oakley

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This book is written as a diary from the church Muse. It follows his daily activities for about a year.

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This book is very wordy, and a little hard to follow. I would not recommend this book to be read aloud.

Classroom extension ideas:
1. Students could write their own daily diary.

2. The class could review the book, and talk about how the book could be made better. ( )
  we3zmom | Feb 25, 2012 |
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Humphrey is a church mouse. His New Year's Resolution is to start on the Story of His Life right away. However, another mouse, Arthur, informs him that you have to wait until you are very old before you know how your life turned out. Humphrey protests that by then he will have forgotten, so Arthur suggests that Humphrey keeps a diary to help him remember what happens. This book contains one year in the life of Humphrey, the church mouse.
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A comic year in the life of Humphrey the Church Mouse and his friends, presented in the form of Humphrey's diary.

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