Enjoy the alphabet with this charming tale about a curious mouse and the delightful Eula from Square Cat, which School Library Journal said was “perfect for storytime or sharing one-on-one.”
Each letter of the alphabet tells the story of an adorable mouse who discovers Eula, a hip-yet-square cat, in her garden. Mouse wants a taste of his favorite vegetable, spinach, but our four-sided feline hates the green leafy stuff. Enter the threatening, pointed quills of a porcupine, and Mouse is ready to run! One letter leads to another and by the story’s end, Mouse and Porcupine are pals—and Eula might even try a taste of zesty spinach.
|Product dimensions:||9.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Elizabeth Schoonmaker received her Master of Arts degree from the University at Albany and has exhibited her work in Chicago and New York. She lives in upstate New York with her husband, John. Together they garden, bike, ski, build elephant sculptures and keep bees. Elizabeth has two daughters, Mackenzie and Sayward.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I purchased this book for my 7 year old and he has read the book over and over since it arrived and even brought it to school so his teacher could share with his class. He loves the illustrations and had fun as we took turns reading pages. I love the flow of the book and how the author incorporates each letter of the alphabet into the conversation between Eula and the mouse. The ending was great! We both got a BIG laugh out of Eula’s reaction to tasting spinach. Loved it!