Mice Are Nice

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Perfection Learning Corporation, Jun 1, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Simple rhyming text extolls the virtures of mice as the perfect pet.

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User Review  - Raji Anand - Goodreads

I have never felt that Mice are nice to be pets. However when it comes to reading books, "Mice are nice" seems to be my son's most favorite book. Everyday he would want me to read at least twice or ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Charles Ghigna, known as Father Goose, is the author of more than 50 award-winning books from Random House, Disney, Hyperion, Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, and other publishers. His books have been featured on ABC s "Good Morning America," PBS, and NPR. He is a poet, children s author, speaker, and nationally syndicated feature writer who promotes the love of poetry and children s literature throughout the world and the author of more than 5000 poems for children and adults. His poems have appeared in hundreds of textbooks, anthologies, magazines from The New Yorker and Harper's to Cricket and Highlights.His poems also appear in the national SAT and ACT tests. He has served as poetry editor of The English Journal for the National Council of Teachers of English and has presented poetry programs at the Library of Congress, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the American Library in Paris, the International Schools of South America and at hundreds of other schools, colleges, conferences, libraries, book fairs, and literary events throughout the world.

JON GOODELL has illustrated numerous beautiful books for young readers, including Dick King-Smith's A Mouse Called Wolf, which Booklist praised as "A sunny story, made even more cheerful by [his] exquisite black-and-white animal pictures," and Kathi Appelt's Merry Christmas, Merry Crow. He lives in Norman, Oklahoma.

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