Synopses & Reviews
Dodsworth and the duck are headed for Japan!and#160;But will duck be on his best behaviorand#160;in a landand#160;of customs, manners, and order?and#160;Or will Dodsworth have to say sayonara to the duck before the trip is through?and#160;Readers will enjoy finding out as theseand#160;two unlikely traveling companions make their way through Tokyo.and#160;Short sentences, clean design, and gemlike little paintings of the Land of the Rising Sun make it easy for newly independent readersand#160;to enjoy the journey.
"As usual, droll, understated watercolors illustrate the pair's tour of popular attractions. . . . Who knows where on earth [duck] and Dodsworth will end up next, but let's hope we find out soon."
"The poetics of restraint could not be better displayed."
"From the Dodsworth series, another fine, funny book for beginning readers or for reading to younger children."
Mouse and Mole go on a shopping adventure and learn the importance of having brand-new experiences in the newest installment of the award-winning Mouse and Mole series of illustrated, earlyand#160;chapter books.
Mole is having a very bad morning. His pants have holes in them. So do his shirts. What could be the cause of all these holes? Turns out, moths make holes in clothes, and that makes Mole very grumpy. So Mouse does what a good friend should do and takes Mole on a trip to the store. There, Mole realizes all of his clothes are OLD. And whatand#8217;s NEW is in. What is a reluctant-to-change Mole going to do? The latest adventure of Mouse and Mole shows that sometimes itand#8217;s fun to try something new . . . and sometimes it isnand#8217;t. But friendship helps make each brand-new day one to look forward to!
The latest paperback installment of Mouse and Mole is now a Green Light Reader.
At Level 3, itand#8217;s a perfect choice for budding readers ready to jump into early chapter
books and read all by themselves. Kids will delight in seeing how a change in attitude
and a supportive friend turn Moleand#8217;s very bad morning into a terrific, brand-new day.
Dodsworth and his misbehaving duck paland#160;visitand#160;Tokyo in this Green Light Readerand#160;editionand#160;of the chuckle-filledand#160;Dodsworth series.and#160;
About the Author
Wong Herbert Yee lives in Michigan, where he writes and illustrates books for children including the Mouse and Mole series and the Fireman Small series. For a