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e-Book If You Take a Mouse to the Movies epub download

Author: Laura Numeroff,Felicia Bond
ISBN: 0060278676
Pages: 40 pages
Publisher: HarperCollins (October 3, 2000)
Language: English
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Size ePUB: 1915 kb
Size Fb2: 1507 kb
Size DJVU: 1198 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 769
Format: doc azw docx lit
Subcategory: Children

e-Book If You Take a Mouse to the Movies epub download

by Laura Numeroff,Felicia Bond

Mouse celebrates the holidays in this picture book in the beloved #1 New York Times bestselling If You Give... series!

If you take a mouse to the movies, he'll ask you for some popcorn. If you give him the popcorn, he'll want to string it all together. Then he'll want to hang it on a Christmas tree.

The famous little mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie that has delighted millions of readers is back in an irresistible tale full of holiday antics.

Collect all the books in this giggle-inspiring classic series!

There is a whole series of "If you give a" books. They are all cleverly written and funny. My 2 year old daughter loves them and laughs hysterically when I read them. I enjoy reading them too. The pages are vibrant and the illustrations are beautiful. The pages are also durable and thick which I appreciate as a mom of a tot.

Overall, this is a beautiful, fun, and durable book that was well written. I recommend it. Check out "If you give a pig a pancake". (same author) That's our favorite book!
My 2 1/2 year old son's previous all time favorite book was "The Best Mouse Cookie" and has been for the last 1 1/2 years. This might replace it-- at least for several months. He and I both love all the seasonal tie ins to winter, snow, Christmas, snowmen, etc. We love the mouse, his constant need to be doing something different...and the boy who sweetly goes along with everything he asks. This will be one that we won't put away with the other Christmas books-- we will keep it out year round!

We had to buy it via Amazon as we saw this book at Barnes & Noble but Amazon's price was 25% better or so (and no tax) so we waited for it to come in the mail instead. Happy with this purchase and this series in general!
Makes it that much better when my own cat is a tuxedo...

This was for a birthday gift along with an Amazon gift card (Yup! A 6 year-old asking for gifts cards already). Lol
As a cute added bonus, I bought a stuffed tuxedo cat to tie onto the book as a hug-a-long with the story and chose the Amazon gift card that came in a gift tin shaped like a cupcake.

I'm a sticker for the details...
We have so many of the books in this series, and my children love them. This book feels so random though. The cat goes from place to place and the book has no flow to it. I mean, they rarely were in one place longer than one page. This is the first one from the author I've been disappointed with.
Having read the reviews by others who thought this book didn't flow well, I tend to agree. The flow of events isn't as seamless as in If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Give a Pig a Pancake. But, it's still a great read, and my toddler loves it. She's a cat lover and I bought this book on this fact alone. Yes, there are some things that don't make a ton of sense in this book...but really, do many kid's books make perfect sense? She loves it and that's good enough for me. If you only have the money to get one or two If You Give Books, I'd get the others I listed above before getting this one. I think they are better stories. But, I'm not sorry I bought this one and my toddler sure loves it and that's all that matters to me.
Cute story and my 2 year old wanted to read it a lot. However this version has a lot of useless extra things- really horrible songs that don’t fit the correct tune, weird extra sketches, and recipes I’m never going to try. Should have paid more attention when buying, happy with the cute story and illustrations but wish I got the normal addition without all the nonsense- would have been cheaper and saved me some headaches when trying to figure out how the song lyrics could possibly fit the tune. That being said my toddler thought it was hilarious because it was making me frustrated, so maybe that’s what they were going for? Authors should stick to writing stories!!!
I'm a childcare teacher and for Christmas, I ordered copies of If You Take A Mouse To The Movies from Scholastic to give to my nieces and nephews. The plan was to give the book, a cookie sheet, cookie cutters and sprinkles to each family. I thought they'd enjoy the themed (and edible) project. Somehow, I stumbled onto this edition and ordered replacement copies for everyone. It comes with the story, plus recipes, songs, how-to's, and, AND...a CD! With the story narrated! How cool is that?!!! It was extra special because none of the recipients knew of the special edition - and they were thrilled. Yay!
This book is hilarious. My daughter loves it. The crazy scenarios that might happen when you give a cat a cupcake. The possibilities are absurd and we as adults know that but my daughter think they could be real. Given the fact she is five years old only but now she wants a cat herself. The illustrations are so cute and the storyline.