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Mouse Tales (1972)

by Arnold Lobel

Series: Mouse Tales (1)

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Two classic I Can Read stories by Arnold Lobel, the beloved author and illustrator of the Newbery Honor and Caldecott Honor award-winning Frog and Toad books.

Mouse Tales: When Papa's seven little mouse boys ask for a bedtime story, Papa does even better than that—he tells seven stories, one for each boy!

Mouse Soup: Weasel is ready for his dinner. And poor Mouse is it. Just in time, he thinks up a clever and entertaining way to distract Weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper.

Arnold Lobel's Mouse Tales and Mouse Soup are Level Two I Can Read books, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Whether shared at home or in a classroom, the engaging stories, longer sentences, and language play of Level Two books are proven to help kids take their next steps toward reading success.

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 Name that Book: Kids story - mouse that changed his feet4 unread / 4bluesalamanders, December 2011

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Not quite as good as Mouse Soup, which I've loved forever. My favorites were The Mouse and the Winds, and The Old Mouse. ( )
  spygirl | Jun 25, 2022 |
Genre: Fantasy, early chapter book
Age: primary
Media: watercolor and ink
Review/ Critique: The father mouse tells his children 7 bedtime stories. This is a silly fable with personified mice and no moral. ( )
  kwilson14 | Feb 18, 2017 |
This book is filled with short stories. You can complete a character sheet that spreads across all of the short stories, compare the characters, learn what dialogue is and how it is used. So many opportunities for minilessons across this little book. ( )
  HaileyNBrown | Nov 28, 2016 |
Z thought it was sweet and funny. Probably because he was able to read most of it himself. Which is a bigger deal for his early reader self these days. ( )
  beckydj | Mar 30, 2013 |
A book about an adult mouse telling bedtime stories to seven child aged mice. This book resembles a chapter book- having seven different stories. These stories are adventurous, humorous, imaginative, and resembles known tales. Could be considered to be a folk tale fiction book.
  SarahLinfield | Mar 8, 2012 |
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Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. Beginning Reader. HTML:

Two classic I Can Read stories by Arnold Lobel, the beloved author and illustrator of the Newbery Honor and Caldecott Honor award-winning Frog and Toad books.

Mouse Tales: When Papa's seven little mouse boys ask for a bedtime story, Papa does even better than that—he tells seven stories, one for each boy!

Mouse Soup: Weasel is ready for his dinner. And poor Mouse is it. Just in time, he thinks up a clever and entertaining way to distract Weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper.

Arnold Lobel's Mouse Tales and Mouse Soup are Level Two I Can Read books, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Whether shared at home or in a classroom, the engaging stories, longer sentences, and language play of Level Two books are proven to help kids take their next steps toward reading success.

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