Mice Make Trouble

The magical colored pencils come in a box that has a very clear warning Do not draw dangerous or mischievous animals But Henry can t read yet Before anyone can stop him, he draws six mice that are slightly misshapen, along with a hedgehog And then they come to life, reaping havoc in the playroom How Henry draws himself into and out of this artistic pickle makeThe magical colored pencils come in a box that has a very clear warning Do not draw dangerous or mischievous animals But Henry can t read yet Before anyone can stop him, he draws six mice that are slightly misshapen, along with a hedgehog And then they come to life, reaping havoc in the playroom How Henry draws himself into and out of this artistic pickle makes for a riotously illustrated and drolly told adventure in creativity.
Mice Make Trouble The magical colored pencils come in a box that has a very clear warning Do not draw dangerous or mischievous animals But Henry can t read yet Before anyone can stop him he draws six mice that are sli

  • Title: Mice Make Trouble
  • Author: Becky Bloom
  • ISBN: 9780439376372
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • 1 thought on “Mice Make Trouble”

    1. I really enjoyed reading Mice Make Trouble! Visually it was very appealing and I felt that the pictures were appropriate for young school aged children and that they would appreciate them too. It also had end pages that were decorated with pictures of mice playing which was enjoyable. I found the idea of a magic crayon box, which made anything Henry drew come to life, very appealing. I thought that this book had good literary value because the main character and the struggles he faced were somet [...]

    2. Genre: Picture Book Age Level: early/transitionalWorld View: white, middle classTheme: magic and consequencesLiterary Elements: the text pauses, and questions the reader at times. this gives an effect that the narrator is speaking directly to the reader, and not just "about" something. Good use of adjectives, nothing is plain, or put in the story without some detail.In the Classroom: The students could draw and animal or object of their choice that they would want to come alive, and describe it [...]

    3. I found this one on the shelves of the library and since I was having a mouse themed program gave it a shot. It is the story of a little boy who takes his sisters "magic" colored pencils and draws things that then come to life. Soon his room is filled with mischief making come to life drawings. He figures a way to wrangle them in though in the end.This book was very cute. It could have been fleshed out a bit more and I'm not sure if the boy learned his lesson that he shouldn't take other people' [...]

    4. A very charming book about some magical colored pencils that bring whatever you draw to life. A little boy pilfers them from his older sister and then proceeds to draw some mice on his walls (none of them quite right in his estimation). The mice come alive and cause a great deal of ruckus. How does the little boy bring them under control? By drawing a mouse teacher of course!Excellent illustrations.

    5. This book is hilarious. I love that the teacher comes in at the end and solves all the problems. It's a good imagination book.

    6. On the order of by Judith Hilde Gilliland.Great imagination, creativity or artistic book for preschool or early elem crowd.

    7. A box of magic pencils can lead to a lot of trouble when they get in the hands of some mischievous mice. What will Henry do to stop these mice from wrecking his room?

    8. This story is so imaginative, the illustrations great and the kids really loved it over and over and over and over again.

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