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A House for a Mouse

By Westberg, Rebecca

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Reproduction Date: 8/28/2010

Title: A House for a Mouse  
Author: Westberg, Rebecca
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Children's literature
Collections: Children's Literature, Authors Community, Sociology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Publication Date:
2010
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Member Page: Carrick Bartle

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Westberg, R. (2010). A House for a Mouse. Retrieved from http://gutenberg.us/


Description
This is a fun and heart-warming children's book for kids aged 3-7 with cute illustrations. Two hungry mice who discover that humans have moved into their house! They have to evade the humans' traps until Whiskers comes up with a plan to make peace with them.

Summary
Two hungry mice, Whiskers and Cheesepuff, concoct a plan to live in harmony with a house full of humans.

Excerpt
"Whiskers quickly climbed up a thick, heavy blanket. He hustled across lumpy terrain and... rolled into peanut bits, cookie crumbs and tortilla chips. Just as he was about to snack, the ground moved beneath his paws. Screams filled the room, terrifying Whiskers. "Up he flew. Up into the air with chips and blanket.... He jumped to the floor and ran for the door. As he escaped, a swat stung his tail. "Whiskers raced back to his warm bed and hid under his sister. 'What is all the racket?' cried Cheespuff, a little white furry ball. "A huge monster in the house," gulped Whiskers.

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