Mouse and Mole, A Winter Wonderland (A Mouse and Mole Story) (Hardcover)
HMH Books for Young Readers, 9780547341521, 48pp.
Publication Date: November 15, 2010
Yippee! It is a winter wonderland! What better day for Mouse and Mole to go sledding, whirl around on ice skates, and build snowmen together?
But Mole does not want to go outside. Too cold! Too windy! He prefers to stay as snug as a bug in a rug inside his nice, warm bed.
Mouse is lonely. Ice skating and sledding just aren’t as fun for one. Then she gets an idea…a Sno-Mole might do the trick! Mole won’t be needing his hat or scarf or mittens…or will he?
Sometimes even best friends want to do different things. But at the end of a cold winter’s day, it's nice to know that your best friend will be there waiting for you, with warm mittens and all.
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Praise For Mouse and Mole, A Winter Wonderland (A Mouse and Mole Story)…
"Yee continues his Mouse and Mole series with another winning installment....As in the series' previous titles, catchy rhymes, brisk dialogue, onomatopoeic sounds, and winsome ink and watercolor illustrations will easily draw new readers to this seasonal, episodic friendship story."—Gillian Engberg, Booklist
"Young readers will likely enjoy the simple irony and straightforward plot, while the many color illustrations reinforce the action and help them in in their transition to beginning chapter books."—School Library Journal
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A 2010 Theodore Seuss Geisel Honor Award Winner
A Brand New Day with Mouse and Mole
"The stories are light, with simple plots, and the lively and expressive watercolor illustrations add energy and detail. A worthwhile addition to easy-reader collections."—School Library Journal
Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole
*"These two are a lovely addition to the pantheon of easy-reader pals."—School Library Journal, starred review
"The friendly, cooperative tone of the text is reminiscent of the Frog and Toad series." – Kirkus
"[T]he artwork nicely reinforces the story's action, the closeness between friends, and shared wonder in nature's magic."— Booklist
Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole
"The expressive bamboo-pen and watercolor with colored-pencil illustrations capture the humor of the situations as well as the emotions of the characters. With its controlled vocabulary, repetition, and humor, this tale of friendship also introduces opposites, homophones, and letter writing. A real winner."—School Library journal
"Kids will become more proficient at reading and also come away with a lesson in friendship."—Booklist