The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens

The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens


8 thoughts on “The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens Classics

  1. Aaron Schroeder Aaron Schroeder says:

    A City Mouse comes to a Country Mouse's house for dinner and all the Country Mouse has to eat is barley and grain So the City Mouse invites him to come to his house to eat and see all the food the city has The Country Mouse arrives in the City Mouse's house and sees all this wonderful food Unfortunately every time the mice would nibble on something delicious they would get attacked by a human being or a cat The Country Mouse ponders if he wants have a house full of food but be in fear all the time or if he wants to live in a house with little food but be safeThe main characters are the Country Mouse and the City Mouse The Country Mouse lives in a very safe environment but has little food The City Mouse lives in a very dangerous environment but has a splendid amount of foodThe story takes place in an unknown city and in an unknown country side This story is an Aesop Fable so it is very difficult to know when the time takes place but my guess is a long time agoThe lesson taught in this fable is a modest life with peace and uiet is better than a richly one with danger The Country Mouse has to decide which of these lives he wants to liveThis fable made me think that a rich life with all these glamorous items may not be the best way to live I know I would rather live a safe life above anything else I recommend this book to children because it's very easy to read and has a meaningful lesson


  2. Taylor Volker Taylor Volker says:

    When country mouse went to visit his family in the city he experienced things he had never seen before He had never seen so much food He was used to corn and berries He also experienced other city things and learned from each of them for example a cat This story goes deeper then just mice It shows the difference; in a fun animal way of what city and country can be like It would make a good book to use to compare and contrast city and country life


  3. Judit Judit says:

    Muy chulo🐀🧀😍🤩


  4. Liz Liz says:

    Week 5 FableThe country mouse happy in his simple home eating fruits and nuts invited his cousin from the city to visit The city mouse thought his country cousin was crazy to live in such harsh conditions He invited the country mouse to the city to see what life is really like Although the country mouse was impressed with the rich variety of food to eat he found the cats and dogs in the city very stressful Upon living to return to the country the simple mouse writes his cousin a note to remember him by The City Mouse and The Country Mouse is appropriate for ages 5 Grades KThis book is very fun and delivers a very simple message that young readers will understand The illustrations are simple and overstated making it easy for young eyes to take in all the detail of the lavish cakes and cookies that the city mouse eats My favorite part of this book is the facial expressions of the mice The poor country mouse looks terrified when the cat and dog enter the room Each mouse is expecting something very different and not entirely happy out of their normal element Another useful addition to this book is the information about Aesop and the descriptive paragraph that helps young readers understand what a fable is I would recommend this book for all children I remember reading Aesop's Fables as a kid and I enjoyed them I felt accomplished that I could read a story in a short amount of time I also liked the moral at the end of the story


  5. William Hiser William Hiser says:

    El Raton de Ciudad y el Ration de Campo translated and illustrated by Graham Percy is a 28 page children’s book translated into Spanish and published by Peralt Montagut Edicions Spain in 2001 The story comes from Aesop’s Fable Town Mouse and Country Mouse The story follows a town mouse that meets a country mouse during his travels He invites the country mouse to the city to show gratitude for the country mouse’s hospitality After his visit the country mouse decides there is no place like home and returns to the country This story is universal and knows no language barriers It does not matter where you live in the worldthere is no place like home


  6. Melissa Trumbo Melissa Trumbo says:

    A classic Aesop fable about a country mouse who has a uiet simple life His cousin the city mouse comes for a visit and is uickly bored with the food and environment The country mouse goes to the city with his cousin to visit Although there was a feast of food they were uickly scared away by a cat and a dog The moral of the story is a simple peaceful life is better than a rich one filled with dangers


  7. Denise Denise says:

    This was the tale of two mice one in the city one in the country This tale take us to the Roal Court for the city events Plus there was a dog and a cat to scare the country mouse lil reader enjoyed it and thus 5 out of 5


  8. Lauren Luttenberger Lauren Luttenberger says:

    A tale between a mouse between a mouse in the city compare to the mouse that lies in the country andthe dangers they face


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The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens Classics ❮Epub❯ ➠ The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens Classics ➟ Author Graham Percy – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Join the gentle Country Mouse as he entertains his elegant City Mouse friend Follow them to the King's Court where they encounter the extravagance and dangers of the Royal Banuet Hall Finally the Coun Join the gentle Country Mouse as he Mouse and Kindle × entertains his elegant City Mouse friend Follow them to the King's Court where they encounter the extravagance and dangers of the Royal Banuet Hall Finally the Country Mouse must decide whether to stay in the lap of luxury in the city or lead a simple homespun country life.

  • Paperback
  • The City Mouse and the Country Mouse Book and CD Childrens Classics
  • Graham Percy
  • English
  • 05 March 2015
  • 9788482140926