There’s a Mouse in My House
Bear discovers a mouse in his house. Bear doesn’t know how the mouse got in, but Mouse has already moved in and unpacked all his stuff! Bear doesn’t know what to do. Bear tries to send Mouse away, but he refuses, and Bear can’t throw Mouse out because Mouse is very adept at martial arts. Bear suggests many other places Mouse could go, but he isn’t interested. Mouse is tiny, but he eats a LOT of food and leaves little for Bear. Mouse even ruins Bear’s sleep, listening to dance music late into the night. A knock comes at the door, and before Bear knows what is happening, a bunch of Mouse’s friends move in!
Ross Collins has written a rollicking, rhyming story that is filled with fun and will build anticipation with little ones listening as the silly antics of Mouse take over the story. The characters are perfect for the two- to four-year-old set. The illustrations are laugh-out-loud funny and will really engage young listeners, keeping their eyes on the pages as they search for all the fun details. This is a real winner.
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