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Publisher Comments:

Chocolate Moose loves chocolate almost as much as he loves to help. When this BIG moose starts helping in Mrs. Mouse's LITTLE kitchen, the only thing he cooks up is a huge chocolate mess! But Mrs. Mouse's four little mice don't mind at all-could this messy baker make the perfect babysitter?

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"Filled with chocolate goodies and a sweet sentimentality, Kneen's story stars a large moose who is hired at the bakery of a tiny mouse family after he misreads a sign that says 'Wanted: One Mouse.' Looking as cuddly as a giant stuffed animal, Moose squeezes through the door of Mrs. Mouse's bakery — 'Squish, squiggle, squeak!' — and chaos ensues. Moose eats chocolate when Mrs. Mouse isn't looking, makes oversize sandwiches for her little ones ('Mice have only very small teeth, you know,' she tells him), spills pancake batter everywhere, and knocks chocolate chip cookies off the shelf — frustrating Mrs. Mouse but delighting her fussy children. Kneen's (Little Snow Goose) illustrations exude a cozy brand of slapstick humor, and the book's conflict is resolved when Mrs. Mouse decides to have Moose babysit so she can handle the bakery herself. The detailed, soft artwork and palette create a gentle counterpart to the plainspoken text, which is enclosed in complementary pastel borders. Both text and art provide a loving model of a working mother who makes sure her little ones are cared for with a 'Cuddle, nuzzle, snuggle.' Ages 3 — 5. (Jan.)" Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) (Copyright PWyxz LLC)

About the Author

Maggie Kneen has illustrated over thirty children's books. She lives in Congleton, England.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780525422020
Author:
Kneen, Maggie
Publisher:
Dutton Children's Books
Subject:
Animals - Deer, Moose & Caribou
Subject:
Cooking/Food
Subject:
Social Issues - Friendship
Subject:
Mice
Subject:
Moose
Subject:
Children s Animals-Animal Stories-Deer, Moose and Caribou
Edition Description:
Hardback - picture book
Publication Date:
20110131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from P up to K
Language:
English
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
11.3 x 9.32 x 0.36 in 0.91 lb
Age Level:
04-05

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Children's » Animals » Deer, Moose and Caribou
Children's » Cooking and Food » General
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Children's » Picture Books » General
Young Adult » Fiction » Social Issues » Friendship

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Product details 32 pages Dutton Children's Books - English 9780525422020 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Filled with chocolate goodies and a sweet sentimentality, Kneen's story stars a large moose who is hired at the bakery of a tiny mouse family after he misreads a sign that says 'Wanted: One Mouse.' Looking as cuddly as a giant stuffed animal, Moose squeezes through the door of Mrs. Mouse's bakery — 'Squish, squiggle, squeak!' — and chaos ensues. Moose eats chocolate when Mrs. Mouse isn't looking, makes oversize sandwiches for her little ones ('Mice have only very small teeth, you know,' she tells him), spills pancake batter everywhere, and knocks chocolate chip cookies off the shelf — frustrating Mrs. Mouse but delighting her fussy children. Kneen's (Little Snow Goose) illustrations exude a cozy brand of slapstick humor, and the book's conflict is resolved when Mrs. Mouse decides to have Moose babysit so she can handle the bakery herself. The detailed, soft artwork and palette create a gentle counterpart to the plainspoken text, which is enclosed in complementary pastel borders. Both text and art provide a loving model of a working mother who makes sure her little ones are cared for with a 'Cuddle, nuzzle, snuggle.' Ages 3 — 5. (Jan.)" Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) (Copyright PWyxz LLC)
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