Ten Little Mice

  • Title: Ten Little Mice
  • Author: Joyce Dunbar Maria Majewska
  • ISBN: 9780152007706
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten Little Mice Ten mischievous mice play happily outside until one by one they scurry home in this delightfully illustrated reverse counting book
    Ten mischievous mice play happily outside until, one by one, they scurry home in this delightfully illustrated reverse counting book.

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    1. Ten naughty little miceThis is a simple and easy to read book with nicely detailed illustrations which complement the text. Helme Heine’s book is about ten little adventurous mice who, one by one, disappear from the story. The book is quite fun to read, and I would suggest and recommend it to younger and earlier readers. There are many rhyming words too. At a young age many children have pets, this book helps to address a death, albeit subtly. A cross-curricular link can be made with numeracy [...]

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    2. Beautiful pictures of mice in a barley field, underground, in a bean field (who knew a bean field could be so beautiful? Yeats, maybe.) elevate the undistinguished rhyming text. In a variation on "Ten Little Indians" mice depart one habitat after another until they all end up in their cozy nest. Repeating phrases make this a good predictable book for young readers.

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    3. There is so much to enjoy in this book! Count down the mice and notice all their different colored coats. Look for the snails, butterflies and other small creatures. Marvel at the underground scene with the roots hanging down from the ceiling. And read the rhymes as ten little mice make their way from woods and fields to their "cozy nest". A winner for preschoolers.

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    4. Would've been better if it rhymed.

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    5. Notes:pictures are really cute but the story is dullreverse counting book

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    6. I think this is a charming counting book. I like the fact that the mice are also illustrated in a variety of colors to indicate that they might not be wild mice.

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