Mouse's Tail

Mouse's Tail

by Richard Powell, Caroline Davis

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Children's Literature
In this shaped board book, a fat gray mouse is unhappy because she has such a long tail. It gets in the way and she wonders why she can't have a nice little one like the lamb or a short fluffy one like rabbit. At the conclusion of this brief tale she learns why it is beneficial to have a long one. Not much to the story and the gimmick is a fuzzy felt tail attached to the spine of the book. It appears to be fairly sturdy and if pulled off can probably be glued back on with no trouble. Part of a series entitled "Animal Tails." 2002, Tiger Tales,
— Marilyn Courtot

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ME Media, LLC
Publication date:
Animal Tails Series
Edition description:
Product dimensions:
4.98(w) x 5.78(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range:
1 - 5 Years

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