5 edition of Tales at the mouse hole found in the catalog.
Tales at the mouse hole
The three previously published books of Stolz combined in this volume follow the adventures of Bob and Ozzie, two amiable and adventure-prone mice, and of July, a verbose and vain housecat, as they set out into the wide world.
|Statement||Mary Stolz ; illustrated by Pamela Johnson.|
|Series||A Godine storyteller|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S875854 Tal 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||88046130|
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Tales at the mousehole [ MOUSEHOLE] [stolz, mary] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. tales at the mousehole [ MOUSEHOLE]Author: mary stolz. Get this from a library. Tales at the mouse hole. [Mary Stolz] -- The three previously published books of Stolz combined in this volume follow the adventures of Bob and Ozzie, two amiable and adventure-prone mice, and of July, a verbose and vain housecat, as they.
Tales at the Mousehole. by Mary Stolz and Pamela Johnson | Jul 1, Hardcover More Buying Choices $ (32 used offers) Mousehole Cat Gift Set (Book & Tape) by Antonia Barber | Mar 3, Paperback Currently unavailable. Mousehole Cat and Novel (Read & Respond).
The children’s book The Mousehole Cat by Antonia Barber is inspired by Tom Bawcock’s Eve. It is a retelling of the story of Tom Bawcock and his loyal black and white cat, Mowzer, setting sail to catch the fish. When the boat hits the storm, it is represented by a giant “Storm-Cat”, allowing Mowzer to eventually save the day by soothing.
Mouse Tales is certainly interesting and filled with a lot of information. I learned quite a few things about Disneyland that I never knew before, such as: there is an exclusive, members-only club at the park called Club 33; there i As a "behind the scenes," unauthorized look at Disneyland, I expected this book to be somehow more dark and hard /5.
The Mousehole Cat is a children's book written by Antonia Barber and illustrated by Nicola on the legend of Cornish fisherman Tom Bawcock and the stargazy pie, it tells the tale of a cat who goes with its owner on a fishing expedition in rough and stormy seas. The book has won awards, including the British Book Award for Illustrated Children's Book of the Month.
Best Sellers Rank:in Books (See Top in Books) 1, in Children's Fiction Books on Cars, Trains & Things That Go 7, in Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths for Children (Books)Reviews: Tales at the mouse hole book children’s book, about a mouse exploring a house for something to eat, is fun and inviting.
The book comes with a small mouse that you can move through slits in the book’s pages. This makes the mouse go from room to room in the story.
I enjoy reading this book to my grand daughter as she moves the mouse in and out of each page/5(35). I love, love, LOVE these clever little mouse tales. Such a great book. flag 1 like Like see review. Karin rated it it was amazing. Shelves: children-s-literature, illustrated-books, easy-chapter-book.
Children's literature easy chapter book K-2 /5(). "Mouse Tales" was a factor enabling us to cover so much ground in one day--and something like a dozen of the attractions were closed that day for maintenance. David Koenig loves Disneyland.
The last words in "Mouse Tales" make his feelings clear:"[T]he shortcomings and selfisheness tha go along with being human don't disappear just because you Reviews: A beautiful, new, midi-sized gift edition of a picture book favourite. "Beautifully, carefully written a book to wallow in, read and re-read, for any age from five or so to the very grown-up" The Sunday Times In the seaside village of Mousehole, Cornwall, Mowzer the cat lives happily with old fisherman Tom.
This exciting tale will delight all children aged 10 to years old and is the second in a series of four books. The buildings and places featured in the story are all real locations in and around the Cornish village of Mousehole, which is not far from Penzance.
Book 1: The Skull Rock Mystery. Book 2: The Cave of Secrets. Book 3: The Race to Reviews: 7. A picture book favourite, this is the dramatic and moving Cornish tale of a cat and a fisherman who brave the stormy seas to save their village. This is the stunningly illustrated story of the seaside village of Mousehole Cornwall, where Mowzer the cat lives happily with old fisherman Tom – Tom who rocks the rocking chair just right, and Reviews: It was difficult to squeeze the bolster into the mouse-hole; but they managed it somehow.
Then Hunca Munca went back and fetched a chair, a book-case, a bird-cage, and several small odds and ends. The book-case and the birdcage refused to go into the mousehole. Hunca Munca left them behind the coal-box, and went to fetch a cradle.
The Tale of Despereaux: Being the Story of a Mouse, a Princess, Some Soup, and a Spool of Thread - Ebook written by Kate DiCamillo. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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This DVD, based on the book about a traditional tale of a fisherman and his cat, is very special. Sian (pronounced Sean) Phillips (Livia in I, Claudius I, Claudius (35th Anniversary Edition) tells the story of a severe winter along the Cornwall seacoast and how Tom and his cat, Mowzer, set out to break a famine by challenging the Great Storm Cat to bring in a catch of fish for s: The Mousehole Cat By Antonia Barber Illustrated by Nicola Bayley A picture book favourite, this is the dramatic and moving Cornish tale of a cat and a fisherman who brave the stormy seas to save their village.
This is the stunningly illustrated story of the seaside village of Mousehole Cornwall, where Mowzer the cat lives happily with old. The Tale of Two Mice caught my attention at the library this morning - it is an oversized hardcover book with two raggedy looking mice on the cover. When I casually flipped through the book, I found that it had a couple of hidden surprises in the form of s: 5.
A mouse called Wolf tells the story of Wolfgang Amadeus, a mouse with a very special talent, the ability to sing. I enjoyed the use of role reversal in this book in particular when the cat becomes scared of the singing mouse/5().
Antonia Barber: The Mousehole Cat. Based on the Cornish fisherman Tom Bawcock and the stargazy pie, this famous children’s book tells the tale of a cat who heads out on a fishing expedition. Will they catch enough fish to save the people of Mousehole from starvation during a very stormy winter?.
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The owl alone remained standing by the mouse-hole, gazing steadfastly into it with her great eyes. In the meantime she, too, had grown tired and thought to herself, “You might certainly shut one eye, you will still watch with the other, and the little miscreant shall not come out of his hole.”.