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Anatole

Anatole by Eve Titus, illustrated by Paul Galdone Anatole is a happy mouse who lives with his wife and children in a mouse village not far from Paris.  Each evening, mice from the village travel to Paris (by bicycle) to human homes to get food. One night, while he is in a house finding food,…

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Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole

Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole by Wong Herbert Yee Mouse and Mole are neighbors, sharing the same tree.  They are friends, and they have their differences.  But, as friends, they try to work out any conflicts with some creative problem solving. Mole sweeps his hole every morning to keep it tidy.  Mouse sweeps her house every…

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The Cricket in Times Square

The Cricket in Times Square by George Selden, illustrated by Garth Williams Chester Cricket was a country cricket.  He enjoyed hopping around in his meadow, sitting on his stump, and eating liverwurst.  Chester Cricket hopped onto a picnic blanket to eat part of a liverwurst sandwich – and found himself bundled up with the sandwich…

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Mouse Mess

Mouse Mess by Linnea Riley What would a house, or a kitchen, look like to a mouse?  What happens when the humans go upstairs at night? Riley’s brightly illustrated story tells of a busy mouse’s adventures in a nighttime kitchen.  The story, told with a single line per page, has the curious mouse explore various…

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