Mouse's First Springby Lauren Thompson, Buket Erdogan (Illustrator)
Could it mean spring is
One bright day, Mouse and Momma head outside to play. The wind blows in something feathery and plump -- a bird, and something wiggly and pink -- a worm, and something green, who hops and leaps -- a frog. But before it's time to go back inside, Mouse finds something that's soft and new with petals... the prettiest flower he's ever seen!
Could it mean spring is finally here?
Meet the Author
Lauren Thompson is the author of the Little Quack and Mouse’s First series as well as Polar Bear Night. She works as an editor and lives with her husband, Robert, and son, Owen, in Brooklyn, New York.
Buket Erdogan has always been inspired by vibrant colors and children’s art. She illustrates the New York Times bestselling Mouse’s First series. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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My granddaughter loves all the books in Mouse's First series. We get them at the library every visit, but for some reason, she is especially fond of the board books. Books are well written and we love exploring all of Mouse's first experiences.
I stumbled across these books one day when my daughter was a toddler and thought they were really cute. The first one I bought was Mouse's First Christmas. My daughter is now 7 and she has them all...and still loves them all. I used to read to her and she always wanted to read these...now at the age of seven she is reading them to me. Everytime a new one comes out, she wants it. Little Mouse experience many things for the first time, and along that journey the reader is included. My daughter loves to see what Mouse experiences, and seems to relate to those experiences. Great line of books for the toddler up to early elementary school.