Shrinking Mouse eBook Ú Hardcover

Shrinking Mouse eBook Ú Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Shrinking Mouse
  • Pat Hutchins
  • English
  • 08 August 2019
  • 0688139612

10 thoughts on “Shrinking Mouse

  1. Zoraida Rivera Morales Zoraida Rivera Morales says:

    This is a fun picture book Will bring up questions for preschool kids that can serve as discussion of what s far and near and how we see things For us grown ups, perspective and position It provides space for kids to reach their own conclusions.I miss the relationship aspect of these friends, though, I know this isn t a recently published book and the author could have used other criteria that doesn t conform to what we expect today.Nevertheless, it s a book kids can enjoy and learn from B This is a fun picture book Will bring up questions for preschool kids that can serve as discussion of what s far and near and how we see things For us grown ups, perspective and position It provides space for kids to reach their own conclusions.I miss the relationship aspect of these friends, though, I know this isn t a recently published book and the author could have used other criteria that doesn t conform to what we expect today.Nevertheless, it s a book kids can enjoy and learn from Be ready to answer questions


  2. Sierra Dirksen Sierra Dirksen says:

    This book is about animals that believe when they run into the distance they are shrinking They believe this because an owl seemed small when he flew away from them Overall, the book did not seem to have a point and the drawings were very basic.


  3. Sherry Sherry says:

    Cute book My 6 yr old loved it


  4. Jo Oehrlein Jo Oehrlein says:

    Perspective, without ever mentioning the word It talks about how things that are farther away look smaller and things up close look bigger.


  5. Ashley Martin Ashley Martin says:

    The story will teach the child spatial concepts and learn that as objects get farther away, they will appear smaller.


  6. Leslie Leslie says:

    Delightful easy reader Clever premise and beautiful illustrations accompany this story Mouse watches his friends running toward a far away forest and worries that they are vanishing as they appear smaller and smaller We laughed and enjoyed the innocence of this fun book.


  7. Cassie Cassie says:

    Ages 4 5 This book is a a great way to teach children about spacial perspectives in a humorous and light way that children can understand It can be used for dialogic reading and to open up conversations about spacial perspectives.


  8. Elizabeth S Elizabeth S says:

    Great book You can get so many different things out of it Most important is, of course, a fun story You can also read it as a story of friendship, courage, sacrifice, and trust And I was pleasantly surprised that I could also read it as a tale teaching kids about changing relative sizes.


  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    PB33I enjoyed Shrinking Mouse The idea is novel, and the book introduces the idea of depth to children This could have potential for an art or science lesson The art is also cute and not overly simplified for young readers.


  10. Tracy Tracy says:

    Really enjoyed this picture book exploring the concept of distance and perspective Loved the pictures, especially.


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Shrinking Mouse☃ [PDF / Epub] ☂ Shrinking Mouse By Pat Hutchins ✑ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Mouse, Fox, Rabbit, and Squirrel watch fearfully as their friend Owl seems to get smaller as he flies away from them Will he disappear altogether A comic view of spatial perspectives Mouse, Fox, Rabbit, and Squirrel watch fearfully as their friend Owl seems to get smaller as he flies away from them Will he disappear altogether A comic view of spatial perspectives.


About the Author: Pat Hutchins

Pat Hutchins is an English illustrator and writer of children s booksShe won the Kate Greenaway Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year s best children s book illustration by a British subject The work was The Wind Blew, a picture book in rhyme which she also wrote It shows how a crowd of people anxiously chase their belongings in the wind.