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Mouse Count

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Juvenile Fiction - 2006 - 30 pages
Ten mice outsmart a hungry snake.
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Mouse Paint

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 16 pages
Three white mice discover jars of red, blue, and yellow paint and explore the world of color.
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Hop Jump

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Dance - 1996 - 32 pages
Bored with just hopping and jumping, a frog discovers dancing.
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Mouse Count

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 14 pages
As a hungry snake gathers mice to eat, counting off as he deposits them in a jar, the clever mice count down as they outwit the snake and escape.
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Mouse Magic

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Color - 2001
Kit and the Wizard experiment with colors, finding that some colors vibrate when placed next to each other.
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You silly goose

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Foxes - 1995 - 30 pages
A silly goose mistakes a mouse for a fox until the real fox arrives and sets her straight.
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Samantha

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Brothers and sisters - 1996
Samantha, the smallest of the mouse children, thinks she needs a fairy godmother to protect her from her rougher brothers and sisters.
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Pip's magic

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Animals - 1996
Pip the salamander is afraid of the dark, so he sets out in search of a wizard who will help him overcome his fear and unexpectedly finds courage.
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Balancing Act

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Juvenile Fiction - 2010 - 32 pages
Two mice have fun playing on a teeter-totter, but as more and larger friends join them, it becomes increasingly difficult to stay balanced.
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Mouse Shapes

Ellen Stoll Walsh - Juvenile Fiction - 2007 - 40 pages
What can you make with one oval, two circles, and eight triangles? Just ask three clever mice--who even find a funny way to trick a sneaky cat. Ellen Stoll Walsh once again ...
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