Run Home, Little Mouse

Run Home, Little Mouse

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Little Mouse must cross the dark woods to get home. But there are many dangers lurking. Can Little Mouse find his family? Or will he be caught by the bright-eyed creatures hiding along the way? With peek-a-boo die cuts that encourage children to guess which woodland animal will appear next, this is sure to be a read-aloud favorite.
Publisher: [Toronto] :, Kids Can Press,, [2013]
ISBN: 9781771380331
1771380330
Branch Call Number: EI Teckentr Britta 11/2013
Characteristics: 36 p. (unnumbered) :,col. ill. ;,25 cm
Alternative Title: Lauf nach Haus, kleine Maus

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Little Mouse must cross the dark woods to get home. But there are many dangers lurking. Can Little Mouse find his family? Or will he be caught by the bright-eyed creatures hiding along the way? Includes peek-a-boo die cuts that encourage children to guess which woodland animal will appear next.

Little Mouse must cross the dark woods to get home. But there are many dangers lurking. Can Little Mouse find his family? Or will he be caught by the bright-eyed creatures hiding along the way?

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JCLBeckyC Jan 08, 2016

It's getting dark outside and Little Mouse must cross the woods to get home as predators' eyes are watching. Can Little Mouse find his family? This is an excellent, interactive book and good practice for one of our 6 by 6: Ready to Read skills--Tell Stories About Everything. Kids need to understa... Read More »


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JCLBeckyC Jan 08, 2016

It's getting dark outside and Little Mouse must cross the woods to get home as predators' eyes are watching. Can Little Mouse find his family? This is an excellent, interactive book and good practice for one of our 6 by 6: Ready to Read skills--Tell Stories About Everything. Kids need to understand that stories have a beginning, middle and ending before formal reading instruction begins. Understanding the sequence of events in a story will help kids' comprehension. Use dialogic reading by asking open-ended questions that can’t be answered with a simple “yes” or “no” response. For example, you could ask questions such as, "Why do you think the mouse wants to get home?" and "Why do you think the mouse is afraid of the cat?" This book is a storytime favorite for both young toddlers and older preschoolers.

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