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Mouse and Mole are very excited. Minkus the Magnificent is in town-ONE SHOW ONLY!-and they can't wait to sit in the front row and see his tricks. After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrong-and Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems. How will Mouse help her friend realize that there is magic happening right in front of their very eyes? Wong Herbert Yee gives readers another grand adventure with two best friends, Mouse and Mole, who, despite their different outlooks on life, manage to show each other that friendship itself is a magical event!
Fireman small has a busy day rescuing people and fighting fires . . . and it's not over yet. Just as he's preparing for a good night's sleep, the fire bell rings yet again.
Fireman Small is having trouble sleeping-again. Plinkety-plop, a raindrop falls- SPLAT!-on the nose of Fireman Small. A leaky ceiling forces him to leave the station and check in at the Pink Hotel. Fireman Small won't get a restful night's sleep just yet though . . . at first it's the noisy hotel guests preparing for a night on the town that keep him awake, but then it's the fire down below that gets Fireman Small out of bed and to the rescue!
Pinky Pig's clarinet has met with an unfortunate accident. Lucky for Pinky, she works at Hamburger Heaven and can save up for a new one. But the customers are growing tired of the same old menu-all cheeseburgers, all the time-and Pinky might soon lose her job if business doesn't pick up. So she springs into action, creating a new menu to please every possible taste. Will it be enough to save the restaurant and her job?
Share another vibrant autumn season with Mouse and Mole in the sixth installment of this Geisel Honor Award-winning series. "Eeny, meeny, miny, mumpkin -Which of you will be my pumpkin? Mouse likes Halloween. In fact, Mouse loves Halloween. And with only a few days to go before the big day, Mouse has lots of preparations to make. There are decorations to hang up and pumpkins to carve - especially for the big pumpkin-carving contest! Mole does not like Halloween nearly as much. It is scary. It is creepy. And who left that broom on the front step? Thankfully a pumpkin-carving contest is not too scary. But the pumpkin-carving contest is just the beginning of Mouse and Mole's Halloween adventures. What's Mouse to do when her best friend has turned into a big Scaredy-Mole? Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award WinnerWong Herbert Yee is a master of combining text and illustration for this age group. His onomatopoeic language paired with his vibrantly stylized illustrations make for an early reader series that is both artful and accessible.
It is a blustery spring day, and Mouse and Mole are very excited. They are going to go bird watching! They are planning to make bird books! Mouse and Mole pack paper and crayons and hurry outside. It turns out, birds are not so easy to watch. Splashing in puddles scare them away. Stepping on crunchy leaves does too. Mole rubs his snout. Mouse twirls her tail. Together, they come up with a plan to get closer to the birds. A plan that includes glue and feathers . . . Join Mouse and Mole on another high-flying adventure in which teamwork, brainstorming, and good ideas always make for a fun day out!
A story of two good friends in snowy winter - Mouse and Mole , who enjoy each other's company even they are not playing together.
When Mrs. Brown lands in the hospital, the animals on her farm decide to move into her house. Chaos ensues as a cow, two pigs, three ducks, and a yak take over. When Mrs. Brown finally returns and crawls into bed, she has a big surprise in store for her . . .
"Delightful. . . . A real winner."-School Library Journal "The friendly, cooperative tone of the text is reminiscent of the Frog and Toad series."-Kirkus Reviews "Yee's comfy beginning reader (dedicated to 'Friends of Frog and Toad') . . . packs in plenty of sweetness and civility."-Publishers WeeklyMouse and Mole are neighbors.Mouse lives inside an oak tree, and Mole lives in a hole underneath.They are neighbors, but they are also friends.Sometimes friends make mistakes-but they always try to help each other out. That is what Mouse and Mole do.
"Delightful. . . . A real winner. "-School Library Journal "The friendly, cooperative tone of the text is reminiscent of the Frog and Toad series. "-Kirkus Reviews "Yee's comfy beginning reader (dedicated to 'Friends of Frog and Toad') . . . packs in plenty of sweetness and civility. "-Publishers Weekly Mouse and Mole are neighbors. Mouse lives inside an oak tree, and Mole lives in a hole underneath. They are neighbors, but they are also friends. Sometimes friends make mistakes-but they always try to help each other out. That is what Mouse and Mole do.