Library Mouse, A Friend’s Tale, by Daniel Kirk is a sequel to Library Mouse. These are both cute stories about a mouse who lives in a library and writes books at night, leaving them out for children to read. In this particular book, a little boy named Tom finds out that the mysterious writer is really a mouse and writes a story about his new friend. Both of these books are great for encouraging children to make up their own stories, and even create and illustrate their own books. We love almost any book by Daniel Kirk, by the way.
Three Cheers for Tacky, by Helen Lester. I’m not a huge fan of Tacky the Penguin, but in this story he’s much less irritating than he is in some of the others. M loves him and his interesting personality. Tacky is an odd bird, but he knows how to be himself and not worry about what anyone else thinks.
Mattland, by Hazel Hutchins. I first heard about this book when Natalie wrote about it here. M definitely loves this book – it tells the story of a boy’s imagination in a really captivating way (honestly, Daddy and I love it too). I love how the main character, through his creativity, resolves some not-so-happy feelings and also opens the door to new friendships.
Fine Feathered Friends, by Tish Rabe is in the Cat in the Hat Learning Library series (I also got this one from Natalie’s post). It was, hands down, the hit of the week. This book does a great job with the rhyming, which makes it so much fun to read. And there’s a really neat flying machine in it, which M wants. ;) It also has a lot of great information about birds!
For more reviews of children’s books, check out Mouse Grows, Mouse Learns.
Have a beautiful day! :)