Hide-and-Squeak

By Heather Vogel Frederick; C. F. Payne (Illustrator)
(Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Hardcover, 9780689855702, 32pp.)

Publication Date: February 8, 2011

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Description

It's time for bed, but the little Mouse Baby has no intentions of calling it a night. He hides in the garden, hides in the kitchen, hides his little whiskers anywhere he can. Anything to keep from going to bed. But daddy is right behind him --"Mousebaby mousebaby, where can you be?"-- trying to get this little scamp all tucked in and ready to sleep..

Who will win at this adorable game of hide and squeak? Only time will tail...tell.




About the Author

Heather Vogel Frederick is the author of the popular Mother-Daughter Book Club series, as well as the highly acclaimed The Voyage of Patience Goodspeed, The Education of Patience Goodspeed, and the Spy Mice series. She resides with her family in Portland, Oregon. Visit her at HeatherVogelFrederick.com.




Praise For Hide-and-Squeak

Deft, bouncing rhyme accompanies vibrant illustrations full of energy and charm in this lively twist on a going-to-bed book. . . . A satisfying good-night book and a celebration of the relationship between father and child, this is hard to resist, particularly because of the joyful depictions of the frolicking mice. . . . A great choice for reluctant sleepers. - KIRKUS, December 15, 2010

"Warm, funny, and playful, this rhyming story is just right for sharing with toddlers at bedtime or for acting

out all day long."

BOOKLIST, January 1, 2011

Beautifully rendered illustrations in pen and ink, colored pencils, and acrylics are shown on a variety of spreads, single pages, and small vignettes. . . . When the father exultantly lifts his child up for a kiss and hug, both mice exhibit much joy at being together again. As baby is tucked in for the night, the two exchange a mutually loving look, reinforcing the strong bond they share.–Maryann H. Owen, Racine Public Library, WI

- SLJ February 2011

Winsome and speedy, this book is an easy reread. - Chicago Tribune, February 5, 2011

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