What do you do when you have a friend you like a whole lot who just can't keep his big mouth shut-and sometimes even tells other people's secrets? Blabber Mouse's friends have that dilemma. They don't want to be mean, but when at last he can't keep from telling their teacher that she forgot to give the class homework, they know they have to do something. They think they've found the perfect answer when they throw Blabber a party and give him a diary for writing down his secrets.
In this warm, good-natured school story, clever dialogue and adorable mice characters bring real childhood issues and tensions humorously to the surface. And in a delightful conclusion, Blabber shows he can actually keep something to himself!
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Published September 10, 2001
by Dutton Juvenile.
Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.