CAT & MOUSE by Ian Schoenherr

November 5, 2008 at 6:33 pm Leave a comment

catmouseThis delightful rhyming text and story is interspersed with a bit of Mother Goose.  Mouse cleverly teases Cat, but in the end they learn how to play, help each other and get along.  The illustrations are ink over acrylics, sometimes used as a double page spread, and incorporate various sized fonts.  The reader will have fun feeling that Cat and Mouse are about to jump off the page and end up in their laps.  JP  Recommended

Anne Beier
Hendrick Hudson Free Library and the Irvington Public Library

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