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Watch Danny and Brian in action at school, at home, and at play, and discover for yourself that chance has a part in a Jul 06, Kathryn rated it it was ok Shelves: childrens-picture-books , fourth-of-july. There is a whole series, for different holidays, and yes the mice are cute and yes it's an adorable idea but I just think the writing seems labored and unoriginal. I also read the "Thanksgiving Mice" which was a tad better than this. I wonder which was the first in the series and if perhaps it was quite special and then the series got worn-out eventually?
May 23, Luisa Knight rated it liked it Shelves: picture-books , childrens-4th-of-july. Adorable illustrations of mice celebrating Independence Day and fun word combinations for your little ones to enjoy! I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too. These reports give a complete break-down of everything in the book, so you'll know just how clean it is or isn't.
Visit my website: The Book Radar. Dec 05, Lara Lamb rated it it was ok Shelves: fourth-of-july , american-patrotism. I'm not sure I understand the allure of this book.
While the idea of talking about patriotic little mice marching and participating in a Fourth of July parade could be appealing to children I just don't think it was done well. The story line was very simplistic and just lacked a real wow factor. Jun 07, Diane rated it liked it Shelves: children-s. I think Mr Mouse looks a lot like an elephant.
Somehow it bothered me that this story didn't rhyme but I liked the emphasis on sounds and onomatopoeia. Aug 23, J. Jul 19, Kristen-Marie Freeman rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens. A sweet, basic book with cute illustrations with an Independence Day theme for the preschool set. Simple, rhyming text engages pre-readers.
May 30, Jennifer rated it it was ok Shelves: holidays , mouse , preschool-storytime , toddler-storytime. There's not enough going on to keep the plot moving, but the illustrations are nice. It was a little better. The activities the mice did in this book: march in a parade, play baseball, watch fireworks, were more in line with the typical holiday celebrations. The little mouse and his stuffed animal mouse added some humor and delight to the story.
There's a cute bit at the end about him overcoming his fear of the water in order to rescue to Mr. I think we both enjoyed this "mice" story more than the Halloween book. I'm not sure Fourth of July Mice! I'm not sure I'd ever read an easy reader again because in general they're not great literature, but this one I would at least recommend to parents of early readers. Apr 29, Chrystina rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-literature. This book is about a family of mice celebrating the fourth of july.
They go swimming, watch fireworks, parade around, and eat lots of food. I really enjoyed this book. It had really great illustrations. I really think kids would enjoy it. The illustrator did an amazing job with the art work. This book could be used for a lesson on sound words. View 1 comment. Aug 05, Dolly rated it liked it Recommends it for: parents reading with their children. Shelves: , childrens , independence-day , rhyming. This is a cute story about the fun to be had on a hot Fourth of July. The illustrations are completely adorable and the text has a bouncy, kinda rhyming flow.
It appears that there's a whole series of these stories featuring mice during various holidays and events. I'm not sure that we'll go out of our way to read the others, but I'm sure they are all light and fun reads for children. Feb 08, Jennie Park added it Shelves: social-studies , fiction. The title and cover of the book is misleading because once you read it- it rarely talks about the Fourth of July. The whole book consists of the mice having a party but does not explain why. Add to Registry.
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