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Mouse Tales (I Can Read Book Series: Level 2)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

I read it as a child - BEST sleepytime book ever

My mother used to read this to me before bed time when I was little. The rythm of the words and the imaginative stories would send me straight to dreamland. We could only read a little each night because it put me to sleep so quickly - even though it is definitely not...
My mother used to read this to me before bed time when I was little. The rythm of the words and the imaginative stories would send me straight to dreamland. We could only read a little each night because it put me to sleep so quickly - even though it is definitely not boring. I was a VERY difficult child to get to sleep so this says a lot about this book. Also - it doesn't have the scary undertones like some other children's stories so I had sweet dreams about wishing wells and neverending bathtubs, not nightmares about being put in an oven. I am expecting my first child soon and plan on reading this to him too. I still remember these stories almost 30 years later.

posted by Anonymous on January 13, 2007

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Mouse's Pants are Stuck With Bubble Gum

This tale is called 'The Old Mouse' and is on page 48. It is a very funny story. There is a part when the mouse loses his suspenders. You should read the book to find out what happens at the end of the story.

posted by Anonymous on January 24, 2000

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