The Complete Story of the Three Blind Mice

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In this version of the classic Mother Goose tale, turn-of-the-century British writer John W. Ivimey tells what led up to the terrible moment when the farmer's wife cut off the tails of the three mice. "Galdone's familiar, jaunty artwork is done in rich colors and catches all the humorous nuances of the tale that will appeal greatly to young children." -- Booklist

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User Review  - MeganSchneider - LibraryThing

Three blind mice is a classic tale that is told through generations, however, from a disabilities stand point this book would not be the best. The mice are feeble and weak once they become blind after ... Read full review

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User Review  - TaylorRankins - LibraryThing

This is the story of the Three Blind Mice and their many adventures. I know this story originally as a song so I was sort of singing it. This is a all around fun story and I think children would enjoy reading it. Read full review


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About the author (1987)

Paul Galdone was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1907 and emigrated to the United States in 1928. After finishing his studies at the Art Student League and the New York School of Industrial Design, Mr. Galdone worked in the art department of a major publishing house. There he was introduced to the process of bookmaking, an activity that was soon to become his lifelong career. Before his death in 1986, Mr. Galdone illustrated almost three hundred books, many of which he himself wrote or retold. He is fondly remembered for his contemporary style, bright earthy humor, and action-filled illustrations, which will continue to delight for generations to come.

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