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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Colin saw a mouse in the cupboard and when he told his mommy, she asked him to catch it. Colin did not know how he should catch it and his mommy told him to catch it with the help of a cat. He then told his mommy that there was a cat in the window and his mommy told him to catch it with the help of a dog. Colin saw a dog in the basket and his mommy told him to catch it with an alligator. He saw an alligator in the toilet and his mommy asked him to get an elephant to help him catch the alligator. Colin told his mommy there was an elephant in the garage and his mommy asked him to catch it with the help of a mouse. Let's read the story to find out what happens next.
There's A Mouse in the Cupboard: A Big Shoe Bears and Friends Book by Dawn Doig is a delightfully charming story that will take children on an entertaining ride along with introducing them to animals. The author's illustrations are as bright and jovial as the story and give the action a good pace and movement. Children will enjoy watching the animals going round and round trying to catch the mouse. It is a simple and fun story that will bring a smile to the faces of young readers. It is a fun story for bedtime and can also be used in classrooms for read-aloud and storytelling sessions. The book is bilingual, written in both English and French, and that helps it reach a wider audience.