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Publisher's Summary

Two classic stories by Arnold Lobel!

Mouse Tales:
"Papa, please tell us a tale." When Papa's seven little mouse boys ask for a bedtime story, Papa does even better than that, he tells seven stories, one for each boy!

Mouse Soup:
Mouse is in a jam, soon he'll be weasel soup! Weasel is ready for his dinner. And poor mouse is it. Just in time, he thinks up a clever and entertaining way to distract weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper.

©1986, 1990 Estate of Arnold Lobel (P)1986, 1990, 2003 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

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  • Janai Maughan
  • 2018-06-30

Kind of Meh

My girls and I really enjoy the narrator but the stories themselves are kind of weird and not wholly appropriate (in my opinion) for young children. There is a lot of "violence", such as characters hitting or trying to eat other characters. Some of the stories are just weird, like the mouse who goes to visit his mother and ends up exchanging his worn out feet for new ones. My girls (ages 5 and 4) love Frog and Toad by were not fans of this book. We returned it.

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  • Geekeagle
  • 2008-12-03

Excellent for the very young

It has a wonderful collection of short stories for very young children. I am an ESL teacher and my students love it. The stories get progressively more challenging, so it helps to improve the students' listening skill.