A Trip to the Bottom of the World with Mouse Read & Download ☆ 4

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A Trip to the Bottom of the World with Mouse Read & Download ☆ 4 Ö Are we there yetThere’s so much to see at the bottom of the world Join a young explorer and his best friend Mouse on a sea journey to Antarctica where they make new friends with penguins and a whale — and have all kinds of fun Young readers wonThey make new friends with penguins and a whale and have all kinds of fun Young readers won’t stop grinning as they’re swept away by the strange an. Who knew this would be SO MUCH FUN to share in a library preschool story timeI read the mouse's conversation bubbles in a little mouse voiceI invited the children to shake their finger while saying Not yet Mouse for the boy's conversation bubblesWe all THOROUGHLY ENJOYED this book

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D magical world created by Frank Viva the bestselling author of Along a Long Road and they’ll want to start the book again as soon as they reach the en. Another cute story about a man and his pet mouse The most compelling aspect of this series is the striking page layouts My favorite part is when the man says they're close to the top and mouse sees Steam BLACK ROCK DEEP VENTS LAVA and each word is illustrated uniuely within mouse's word bubble I just gotta say no other format communicates with words used as images like comics does Form and content in a potentially perfect marriage When it's done well few things are as satisfying

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A Trip to the Bottom of the World with MouseAre we there yetThere’s so much to see at the bottom of the world Join a young explorer and his best friend Mouse on a sea journey to Antarctica where. I decided to review this for the MCPL Children's Department blog Cuz it's a comic book And it's super stylized And it's all about looking at the pictures Of starfish Of buttons Of whales I enjoyed this tremendously though I must say I was confused by the warm water lake in the Antarctic But I looked it up it's real How bout that huh I must also say I find myself reading an awful lot of books about anthropomorphic mice in the Children's Department What's up with that