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Whose Mouse Are You? (Aladdin Books) (edition 1986)

by Robert Kraus (Author), Jose Aruego (Illustrator)

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A lonely little mouse has to be resourceful in order to bring his family back together.
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Title:Whose Mouse Are You? (Aladdin Books)
Authors:Robert Kraus (Author)
Other authors:Jose Aruego (Illustrator)
Info:Aladdin (1986), Edition: 50403rd, 32 pages
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Whose Mouse Are You? by Robert Kraus

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Slant rhymed, extremely short book about a mouse who triumphs over adversity to reunite his family. Amusing. ( )
  KSchellVT | Apr 28, 2022 |
“Whose Mouse Are You?” was written by Robert Krus. It’s about mice and a cat. I feel like this book is very good because I like it. I think the mouse is brave. I don’t like the pictures in this story because the mouse is big. Brave people should read this book because it’s about a brave mouse. I give this book five out of five stars! - Junho, Ivy Class, February 2018
  RIS_Kids_Academy | Feb 26, 2018 |
“Whose Mouse Are You?” was written by Robert Krus. It’s about mice and a cat. I feel like this book is very good because I like it. I think the mouse is brave. I don’t like the pictures in this story because the mouse is big. Brave people should read this book because it’s about a brave mouse. I give this book five out of five stars! - Junho, Ivy Class, February 2018
  RIS_Kids_Academy | Feb 26, 2018 |
Summary: This is a poetry book. It rhymes throughout. It is about a mouse that says he is nobody's mouse. He says that his mom is inside a cat, father is caught in a trap, sister is far from home, and has no brother. He rescues his mom, dad, sister, and gets a baby brother. He says that he belongs to his family.

Personal Reaction: This is a really cute book. I think that children would love to read it. This book is really easy to read and there is not many words so I think that really young children could read it.

Classroom Extensions: 1) I would ask each child who they belong to and to make an award for whoever takes care of them. 2) I would have each child draw and color a mouse. They can use construction paper, markers, crayons, and any other available supplies. ( )
  SmithAlec | Jul 11, 2014 |
REVIEW: Mouse's experience unfolds with the validity and charm of a nursery rhyme, and his reaction to one of childhood's harsher experiences will add gayety and meaning to any story hour.
RESOUSE: Lakewood Library
AGE: 4-6
  KayteeSchroeder | Nov 16, 2013 |
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