I would recommend this for a very young age group such as kindergarten. Nov 12, Viviane Elbee rated it really liked it Shelves: The little mouse who is hard at work constructing alphabet letters leveling the L, measuring the M, nailing the N is charming and the kids laughed at these amusing illustrations.
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Good for kids who are learning their alphabet and who like mice, construction, and humor. Jun 12, Joan rated it really liked it. Little Mouse is busily constructing the alphabet. Young readers will have fun discovering how Little Mouse creates each of the letters of the alphabet. Bright illustrations fill the pages of this picture book and help young readers recognize and learn the names of each of the letters of the alphabet. Oct 04, Ally Lindley rated it really liked it Shelves: I think it's an interesting twist on an alphabet book.
It's very common to see books with animals that begin with each letter of the alphabet or A for Apple, B for Book..
Sep 08, Christina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just looking at the front matter pages and full book jacket made me smile. This is one of the cutest books ever. I loved this book a lot.
I highly recommend this book; it will leave you smiling and happy as can be. Jun 20, Laura G rated it really liked it Shelves: Good book combining clear, vivid pictures with all kinds of actions that a mouse performs when building something. Preschoolers could get some on their own, but they would learn a few words too.
Nov 25, Cara Byrne rated it really liked it. A busy mouse builds the alphabet with alliterative verbs like "prunes the P" and "hangs the H". The illustrations remind me of Ezra Jack Keats' art, though the pages are a little busy. Feb 12, Lee Ann rated it liked it Shelves: Cute, and introduces some great vocabulary words. The kids insisted on reading it over and over and over again in one day.
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I dunno why they loved it so much, but they giggled a lot. Apr 16, Leigh Triplett rated it it was amazing Shelves: A cute book with one smart mouse as the tour guide. The mouse builds each letter it a certain way. The pictures are colorful and fun for kids. Jul 07, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: My almost 4 year old asks for me to read this all the time. Oct 17, Tessa Duncan rated it really liked it Shelves: A mouse is hard at work trying to construct the alphabet.
The mouse individual creates each letter and can be seen repairing and fixing the letters throughout the story.
Sep 20, J rated it really liked it Shelves: Fun way to work through the alphabet. I used it as a gauge to see which groups I work with know their alphabet and which don't. Sep 17, Alexandra Mauger rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is about a mouse who does something to a physical form of each letter of the alphabet. The type of action he does for each alphabet letter begins with that specific letter. The mouse in this book has his own personality.
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He is creative in how he decides to tr Plot Summary: He is creative in how he decides to treat each physical letter of the alphabet in a way that begins with its specific letter. He is diligent in his work and even is organized, which is evident in his work schedule in the end of the book. I found this book one of the most exciting interchanges of ideas in letter that I have ever read.
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