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by Wong Herbert Yee

ePub Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole (A Mouse and Mole Story) download
Author:
Wong Herbert Yee
ISBN13:
978-0618759262
ISBN:
0618759263
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Publisher:
HMH Books for Young Readers (October 1, 2007)
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Subcategory:
Arts Music & Photography
ePub file:
1490 kb
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1517 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
251

Mole handed Mouse a pebble. Mouse flipped it into the water: PLIP. I say phooey to magic!MoreLess Show More Show Less. Next . Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole.

Mole handed Mouse a pebble. Why are you sad?" she asked. Mole got out of the boat. He found another pebble and stone. Mole pitched them into the water: PLIP-PLOP. Yesterday there was magic," sulked Mole. Today there is not. Minkus was not magnificent. Claim the "Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole.

Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole (reader) (A Mouse and Mole Story) Paperback. Since then Yee has gone on to write and illustrate many more beloved picture books including Fireman Small. Mouse and Mole, A Winter Wonderland (A Mouse and Mole Story) Paperback. A Brand-New Day with Mouse and Mole (reader) (A Mouse and Mole Story) Paperback.

Mouse and Mole are very excited. Minkus the Magnificent is in town-ONE SHOW ONLY!-and they can’t wait to sit in the front row and see his tricks. After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrong-and Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems

Mouse and Mole are very excited. After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrong-and Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems. Wong Herbert Yee gives readers another grand adventure with two best friends, Mouse and Mole, who, despite their different outlooks on life, manage to show each other that friendship itself is a magical event! Book Details: Format: Paperback. Minkus the Magnificent is in town ONE SHOW ONLY! and they can t wait to sit in the front row and see his tricks. 9. Abracadabra Magic with Mouse & Mole. Wong Yee. Published by HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT (2010). After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrong and Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems.

Similar books to Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole . our family loves the Mouse and Mole series very much

Similar books to Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole (A Mouse and Mole Story). our family loves the Mouse and Mole series very much.

Start by marking Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole (A Mouse .

Start by marking Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole (A Mouse and Mole Story) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I'm not sure if kids will like this book or not, but what a great story to give to an adult who's feeling down: magic exists (& kindness, & beauty) - you just have to pay attention, and give the world time to do its thing.

The Horn Book, Nov/Dec 2007 Horn Book "he artwork nicely reinforces the story's action, the closeness . Booklist 11/2007 Booklist, ALA "Yee portrays Mole's vulnerability and Mouse's pragmatism with great sensitivity and humor.

Booklist 11/2007 Booklist, ALA "Yee portrays Mole's vulnerability and Mouse's pragmatism with great sensitivity and humor.

Mouse and Mole are excited to see a magic show from Minkus the Magnificent, but when Mole discovers that .

Mouse and Mole are excited to see a magic show from Minkus the Magnificent, but when Mole discovers that magic isn't always what it seems Mouse tries to think of a way to show Mole that magic is all around them. This early reader will delight audiences familiar with Lobel's Frog and Toad, though the story is told as a continued narrative rather than separated into multiple stories. Text is formatted appropriately for early readers while illustrations give hints to the actions of the characters. Overall a fun, engaging book for young readers working their way toward chapter books.

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Mouse and Mole are very excited. Minkus the Magnificent is in town—ONE SHOW ONLY!—and they can’t wait to sit in the front row and see his tricks. After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrong—and Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems. How will Mouse help her friend realize that there is magic happening right in front of their very eyes? Wong Herbert Yee gives readers another grand adventure with two best friends, Mouse and Mole, who, despite their different outlooks on life, manage to show each other that friendship itself is a magical event!
  • My seven year old son loves this story. Great length as well, it is not a short book, and is a bit lengthy which makes it great before bed. Nice story plot as well, and highly recommend to incoming second graders.

  • Nice beginning chapter books that my 3 year old enjoys.

  • Absolutely love these books. Do not so much love them digitally. We have them downloaded on Samsung Galaxy Tab3 and the layout is so poor on every single book that they are very difficult to read. We have tried deleting and reinstalling to no avail.

  • Cute, cute, cute!

  • We love the original Mouse and Mole (Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole paperback) and were so excited to read the sequel that we pre-ordered it. It is horrible and we ended up not even letting our children have it. It is precisely the opposite of what we loved about the original. No kind, generous friends here, just the usual children's book clichés.

  • You will too. A sweet story about how magic is all around us. Some magic takes a little time. Bravo!

  • I gave it 5 stars because I thought it was really magical. I hope lots of kids will really like it. Good for kids who like animals.

  • Not a kind of "WOW!" book.... but indeed mellow and warm about mother nature.My 4 year old enjoys it and I do too.It's calm and wise.It really let the young readers see another perspective of the word "Magic"!!!