Itsy-Bitsy Baby Mouse by Michelle Meadows

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A lost little mouse must navigate a huge house to find his way home in this sweet picture book from Michelle Meadows and Matthew Cordell.

Itsy-bitsy baby mouse
Tap and tumble ’round the house
Chase a busy buzzy fly
Creap and leap and reach up high...

Baby Mouse’s curiosity lets him discover all sorts of things—but it has also led him away from his parents. Lost in a large house, this itsy-bitsy baby mouse seeks to find something familiar that could lead him home. How will he find his way? Michelle Meadows and Matthew Cordell pair up to make a path for Itsy-Bitsy Baby Mouse—and young readers—to joyfully follow.

About Michelle Meadows

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Michelle Meadows is the author of Traffic Pups, Pilot Pups, Piggies in the Kitchen, Hibernation Station, and The Way the Storm Stops. She lives in Silver Springs, Maryland. Matthew Cordell illustrated Leap Back Home to Me by Lauren Thompson. His work has also appeared in The Moon Is La Luna; Righty and Lefty: A Tale of Two Feet; and Trouble Gum, and Another Brother, which he wrote and illustrated. He lives with his wife and daughter near Chicago.
Published March 6, 2012 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“Itsy bitsy baby mouse” gets very lost and must find his way in this home-away-home mouse adventure for the wee set.

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The ending is fuzzy—the cat appears to grab the mouse’s tail, leading to another freakout (“Have mercy, cat./ Please let me go!”), but then the mouse is roused by his parents, the second encounter with the cat apparently entirely in the small mouse’s head.

Jan 23 2012 | Read Full Review of Itsy-Bitsy Baby Mouse

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They climb up a big, fuzzy pillow, but when the pillow begins to move, Itsy-Bitsy Baby Mouse realizes they are on top of a sleeping cat.

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