Mouse Soup by Arnold LobelMouse Soup by Arnold Lobel

Mouse Soup

byArnold Lobel

Paperback | September 27, 1983

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Weasel is ready for his dinner, and poor Mouse is it. Can Mouse stop Weasel from serving up mouse soup for supper? The clever mouse tells the weasel four stories to make the soup tasty—then manages to trick the weasel and get home safely. This Level Two I Can Read is geared toward kids who read on their own but still need a little help.

From Arnold Lobel, the beloved author and illustrator of the Newbery Honor and Caldecott Honor award-winning Frog and Toad books.

Arnold Lobel (1933-1987) was the award-winning author and illustrator of many beloved children's books, including the classic I Can Read books about Frog and Toad, and the Caldecott Medal winning Fables.
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Title:Mouse SoupFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.19 inPublished:September 27, 1983Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064440419

ISBN - 13:9780064440417

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 8

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Clever A clever story book that has several short stories which tie together nicely at the end - the underdog (mouse) triumphs over the weasel. Great storybook for early reluctant readers!
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mouse Soup This book was a favourite of mine when I was five years old, so you can imagine my delight when I found it while shelving one day. The tale of a mouse who cleverly tricks a weasel wishing to turn him into soup by telling stories will enchant young readers. I am definitely buying it to keep for when I have children. The illustrations as well are wonderful.
Date published: 1999-02-10

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An inventive mouse escapes from a weasel's soup pot by telling four marvelousstories. "An artistic triumph, with enough suspense, humor and wisdom to holdany reader".--New York Times. Three-color illustrations