The maid and the mouse and the odd-shaped house: a story in rhyme

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Dodd, Mead, 1981 - Dwellings - 32 pages
An oddly-shaped house takes on the appearance of a cat as the maid and mouse who live there make various changes in it.

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THE MAID AND THE MOUSE AND THE ODD-SHAPED HOUSE: A Story In Rhyme

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In the tradition referred to here as a "tell and draw" story, this old rhyme puts a "wee maid" and a fat mouse in a new five-sided house; then adds two chimneys (a dead giveaway for readers who've ... Read full review

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Bright colors use with very young children. Lower level text with great pictures to use as a reference. Funny book that is a tale of how a house gets a new shape. Read full review

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