Mouse Was Mad by Linda UrbanMouse Was Mad by Linda Urban

Mouse Was Mad

byLinda UrbanIllustratorHenry Cole

Paperback | March 1, 2012

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"Urban unfurls the gentle ,be true to yourself' moral perfectly? ." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review&nbspWho knows the best way to be mad? Bear stomps. Hare hops. Bobcat screams. Mouse? He just can't get it right. But when he finds the way that works for him-still and quiet-he discovers that his own way might be the best of all.&nbspLinda Urban's story about self-expression is both sweet and sly, and Henry Cole's cast of animal friends is simply irresistible.
Linda Urban is the author of the acclaimed middle grade novel A Crooked Kind of Perfect . She lives in East Montpelier, Vermont. Visit her website at www.lindaurbanbooks.com . Henry Cole is the award-winning illustrator of more than forty books for children, including The Rubber-Legged Ducky and  Shiver Me Letters . He ...
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Title:Mouse Was MadFormat:PaperbackDimensions:40 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.13 inPublished:March 1, 2012Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:054772750X

ISBN - 13:9780547727509

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Urban unfurls the gentle aÇÿbe true to yourself' moral perfectly, with plenty of funny dialogue, overplayed reaction and the enduring appeal of the tiny hero. Cole's terrific watercolors reflect Mouse's emotional growth in spreads and spots brimming with movement. Who knew standing still could be so dramatic? Well-pitched for preschoolers just learning social skills, this would be equally excellent for family reading, classrooms and storytimes."- Kirkus Reviews, STARRED review'Through playful language and expressive watercolors with colored pencil and ink, this story about anger management proves to be both entertaining and therapeutic. . . . Mouse finds his own way through his ire and, in the process, may help a few youngsters get a handle on their own.'- School Library Journal "