Mouse Count

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In this charming companion to Mouse Paint, Walsh introduces the concept of counting forward and backward in a suspenseful story that will keep young readers guessing. "The rhythm follows the illustrations in a glissando; one can almost hear the background music".--The Horn Book. Illustrated in full-color paper collage.
 

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User Review  - JaMiya - LibraryThing

I gave this book four stars because it is a easy read for beginning readers. This book teaches children how not to be greedy and how nothing good comes from this. It also introduces number words to ... Read full review

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User Review  - BNBHarper - LibraryThing

Summary: The mice are escaping from the hungry snake. Response: I love the torn paper illustrations look. I also like that this book counts to 10 and then back again. Theme/Connection: Numbers & Counting; Great toddler read aloud; could be used working on making torn paper art in class Read full review

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About the author (1991)

ELLEN STOLL WALSH is the author-illustrator of many award-winning early concept books for young children, including Mouse Paint and the Dot and Jabber trilogy. She lives near Rochester, New York.

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