Ella's Games by David Bedford

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Ella is a very little mouse with a very BIG imagination. Every time she asks her older brothers to let her join them at play in the honeysuckle tub, they refuse. "You'd be scared!" says Jack. "You're too small!" says Jim. "You can't even climb!" says Joe. So Ella has to go off and play alone. She imagines all kinds of exciting games—and pretty soon her brothers begin to grow curious. Maybe, it's time for them to let Ella join in their games. The delightful details in each full-color illustration will remind Moms and Dads who read this tale to their children of picture books from their own childhood. (Ages 4-7)
 

About David Bedford

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David Bedford is the author of many children's books, including "Bums," "Toes," "Tails," "Tums," and "Who's Laughing? "Christina Miesen is the illustrator of the Little Hare Mini Marvels series.
 
Published June 21, 2002 by Scholastic Press. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this tale from a British team, Ella the mouse confronts a problem as old as the family itself: older siblings who shut younger siblings out of their games.

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