The Mouse That Snored by Bernard Waber

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When a wandering homeless mouse finds his way into this quiet family’s house, the quiet is disturbed. No one seems to know who is causing such a ruckus until they rush to the kitchen and discover the tiny culprit! Endearing characters, playful rhyming text, and delightful artwork all add up to a hilarious story of one noisy mouse and the quiet friends who take him in. This playful spoof will have readers whispering one minute and yelling out loud the next!

About Bernard Waber

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Bernard Waber was the beloved author of more than thirty books for young readers, including Courage, Ira Sleep Over, and The Mouse That Snored. With the publication of The House on East 88th Street in 1963, his Lyle the Crocodile became a mainstay of children's literature, and the adventures of this endearing reptile were featured in numerous books. Because of their honesty, their bravery, and their tremendous heart, his stories and illustrations have been beloved by generations of children
Published September 25, 2000 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Though the hotel owner, too, denies the existence of the rodent, he decides to put everyone's mind at ease and hires the world's foremost mouse-catchers to ""look into this beastly matter."" In lively slapstick style, Waber shows the debonair mouse looking on as the identically mustachioed, bowle...

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