Merry Christmas Mouse
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|Author||: Caralyn Buehner|
From the creators of the New York Times bestseller Snowmen at Night comes a lively story about discovering the joy and meaning of Christmas When Mr. Mouse and his family move into the warm spot beneath the kitchen stove in a big house, they discover something new and wonderful: an evergreen tree decorated with lights, ginger and peppermint smells in the air, and cookies baking in the oven. They hear about a child born long ago, and a jolly man named Santa who brings gifts to celebrate Jesus’s birth on a day called Christmas. And so Mr. and Mrs. Mouse decide that their family should celebrate Christmas too. With delightful rhyming verse, detailed illustrations (with hidden pictures to search for!), and a childlike sense of wonder, the story of the Mouse family’s first Christmas is sure to become a holiday tradition.
|Author||: Don Wood,Audrey Wood|
|Editor||: Child's Play International|
Painted in acrylics using the same technique as the bestselling "The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear, " this delightful picture book brings back the same beloved characters: the timid little Mouse and the mysterious unseen Big Hungry Bear. Full color.
|Author||: Geronimo Stilton|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Enter the world of Geronimo Stilton, where another funny adventure is always right around the corner. Each book is a fast-paced adventure with lively art and a unique format kids 7-10 will love.I was so excited about Christmas, I could squeak! My favorite nephew Benjamin was going to come over, and we were planning to trim the tree and eat lots of delicious holiday Cheesy Chews. But before you could say "cat alert," disaster struck! I slipped over my tail and ended up in the hospital. And then my mouse hole caught on fire! Holey cheese, this was turning out to be the worst Christmas ever....
|Author||: Dugald Steer|
It's Christmas morning and Little Mouse's parents have gone to pick up her Gran and Grandpa. Little Mouse gets worried and sets off to find them. When she gets stuck in the snow, her forest friends come out to help her back home. And she's delighted when her family shows up just behind them. Now they can all celebrate Christmas together!
|Author||: Bethany Roberts|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
The holiday mice are back! It’s Christmas time and the four cheerful mice merrily hang stockings, string popcorn, wrap presents, and sing carols. The little mice are so caught up in their joyful preparations that they almost forget to look out for their old enemy, the cat. Happily, their Christmas spirit is so infectious that even the cat is not immune. Simple, lively verse and colorful, action-filled illustrations convey the all anticipation and goodwill that come with the Yuletide season in this delightful read-aloud.
|Author||: Nancy E. Walker-Guye|
|Editor||: NorthSouth (NY)|
Matty can't wait to give his mother the Christmas cookies that he baked at school. But on his way home, he meets many forest animals, all searching for food in the winter snow. Matty wants to share his cookies with them, but will there be enough for mother? Ages 6+.
|Author||: Lauren Thompson|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Late one winter night, Mouse discovers new sights, smells, and tastes: sweet and sparkly cookies, jingly and glinty bells, and lots of boxy and ribbony presents. Mouse doesn't know what any of it means, until a whiskery and jolly guest arrives with a very special holiday message.
|Author||: Geronimo Stilton|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
Tis the season to be jolly -- and holey cheese was I trying! But on my way to New York City to meet my family for the holidays, my luggage got switched with another mouse's... Oh, rats! Now I had to scurry all over the Big Apple trying to track down that mouse... and all my Christmas presents! And I, Geronimo Stilton, am not a big cheese when it comes to getting around the Big Apple!
|Author||: Maudie Powell-Tuck|
Snuggle up with your little one and share this wonderfully festive story about the many different ways we celebrate Christmas. Mr and Mrs Mouse are having a party. But their guests arrive with the strangest things: dinosaur cakes, cactuses... “This isn’t like Christmas at all!” squeaks Mr Mouse. Little does he realise things are about to get very Christmasssy indeed! This sturdy board book is the perfect way to introduce young children to different Christmas traditions. Toddler-tough pages will withstand wear and tear and little hands will love the squishy padded cover – with special sparkles! A laugh-out-loud winter story with something for children and adults alike!
|Author||: Mike Curato|
|Editor||: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)|
Best friends Little Elliot and Mouse are back for another adventure—and this time, they're looking for Christmas spirit! Little Elliot the elephant isn't quite sure what Christmas spirit is, but he suspects he doesn't have it. Not even a visit to Santa Claus can put Elliot in the right mood. But when chance blows a letter for Santa into Elliot and Mouse's path, the two friends discover what Christmas is all about—and make a new friend, too. A heartfelt celebration of the season of giving! Perfect for sharing around the holidays. Godwin Books
|Author||: Bonny Becker|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press|
Bear’s understated Christmas celebration has Mouse feeling a bit anxious in this humorous and heart-warming story featuring the unlikely, loveable pair. Features an audio read-along! Get ready for Christmas and the best kind of surprises as grumpy Bear and eager Mouse, of the Bear and Mouse series, return in a funny tale full of festive cheer and friendship. One frosty night, Bear hears a tap, tap, tapping on his front door. “Merry Christmas!” cries Mouse, who has arrived for a Christmas party. Bear has never had one before, but he’s certain that pickles are essential, along with the reading of a long and difficult poem. The problem is, whenever Bear comes back from the kitchen with treats, Mouse has vanished – only to be found, small and grey and guilty-eyed, scurrying under the bed or searching the closet. Will there be a present for Mouse? Even just a tiny one?
|Author||: Emily Arnold McCully|
|Editor||: StarWalk Kids Media|
All the best holiday traditions are here in this wordless picture book by Caldecott-winning illustrator and writer, Emily Arnold McCully. The decorated tree, singing carols with papa, and all the many mouse children’s going up to bed, dreaming about the presents they will find on Christmas morning. Everyone finds something marvelous under the tree, especially the remote control airplane that really flies. It’s the best present EVER, until the special surprise that comes when the family visits Grandma and Grandpa.
|Author||: Clement Moore|
|Editor||: Xist Publishing|
The Christmas Classic in it's Original Text with Cute New Illustrations "Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." Clement C. Moore's original poem, "A Visit from St. Nicholas," has been brought to lovable life by the talented Sofia Sita. In this edition, the beloved poem is joined with delightful illustrations imagining the visit from the house's animals' perspectives. Children will be delighted to snuggle in for story time on Christmas Eve and wait for their own visit from Santa Claus after reading this book.
|Author||: Toby Forward,Ruth Brown|
|Editor||: Andersen PressLtd|
Ben is a wealthy mouse who is not interested in Christmas, or the gift that Tim, a poor mouse, brings him on Christmas Eve. That night, Ben cannot sleep and a stranger appears who takes him on a quest to find three people who agree with Ben that a candied plum is the best thing in the world. By morning, Ben, like Scrooge, has learnt the true meaning of Christmas and the value of friendship and he invites Tim to celebrate Christmas with him. Toby Forward's atmospheric tale is perfectly matched by Ruth Brown's gorgeous illustrations, to make this a classic Christmas gift book.
|Author||: Katy Bratun|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
On a snowy winter's night, Mouse is snug in her bed . . . Then—crack!—a tree branch falls and destroys her house. Now Mouse must find a new place to live. With determination, resourcefulness, and some Christmas good fortune, Mouse finds not only another house but also a place she can truly call home.