[Read] ➵ If You Give a Mouse a Cookie ➱ Laura Joffe Numeroff – Tactical-player.co.uk

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie If A Hungry Little Traveler Shows Up At Your House, You Might Want To Give Him A Cookie If You Give Him A Cookie, He S Going To Ask For A Glass Of Milk He Ll Want To Look In A Mirror To Make Sure He Doesn T Have A Milk Mustache, And Then He Ll Ask For A Pair Of Scissors To Give Himself A Trim.The Consequences Of Giving A Cookie To This Energetic Mouse Run The Young Host Ragged, But Young Readers Will Come Away Smiling At The Antics That Tumble Like Dominoes Through The Pages Of This Delightful Picture Book.


About the Author: Laura Joffe Numeroff

Laura Joffe Numeroff is the New York Times bestselling author of author ofIf You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Raising a Hero, and What Mommies Daddies Do Best. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Pratt Institute Laura grew up as the youngest of three girls, surrounded by art, music, and books An avid animal lover, Laura has always wanted to write a book about service dogs She now Laura Joffe Numeroff is the New York Times bestselling author of author ofIf You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Raising a Hero, and What Mommies Daddies Do Best. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Pratt Institute Laura grew up as the youngest of three girls, surrounded by art, music, and books An avid animal lover, Laura has always wanted to write a book about service dogs She now lives in Los Angeles, California



10 thoughts on “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

  1. says:

    If you give a mouse a cookie, he s probably going to poop all over your kitchen counter When s he s done pooping all over your kitchen counter, he ll probably take up residence in your pantry, invite his girlfriend over, and have himself a nice little family in a matter of weeks He s certainly NOT going to do all of the cute things that this book


  2. says:

    Who remembers this book Happy is as happy is Some books just bring back great memories


  3. says:

    If you give a mouse a cookie is the story of the perversity of desire, andparticularly the stunted pleasures of the bourgeoisie Written by the exquisite Laura Numeroff, in what can only be assumed was a violent passion for sterile aloofness from the society which she condemned, and a lust for concision which would socialize her treatise against the deadening want


  4. says:

    Huge hit at my house with both my six year old son and five year old daughter Very cute book that is simple and engaging


  5. says:

    Although I do have to admit that Laura Joffe Numeroff s If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a cute and entertainingly sweet enough little story and I also realise that young children often tend to much love cumulative tales and perhaps even guessing what might occur next, what might the next scenario be , personally and having first read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as an older adult i


  6. says:

    I know a ton of people love this book, but not me The illustrations aren t horrible and neither are they uniquely memorable over, the story is uninteresting and bland What type of thought went into this book anyway I ve met Laura and she s a nice lady, but give me a break The story is cute, but it is just a bland series of partially logical observations made by the author about this mouse I


  7. says:

    Every time, somebody says Cookie or mouse, it is impossible for me to not repeat the entire title.Funny and unique This poem is innovative and entertains amazingly.


  8. says:

    I enjoy children s booksas an adult than I ever did as a child Perhaps, this is because I can see past the cutesy bullshit and appreciate the adult agenda within them For example, The Butter Battle Book is farchilling when read as an adult coping with our nuclear reality And Tango Makes Three introduces children to homosexuality, while The Berenstein Bears introduces children to how Pappa Berenstein hates fo


  9. says:

    There s a good amount of happy nostalgia associated with this book for me, so, the bad is that it makes it hard for me to review this objectively, but, the good is that obviously I loved it when I was little And, I can still see why The illustrations are adorable and the absurdity of the antics of this helpful little mouse are delightful I can appreciate now the helpful actions of the mouse reflecting those of childr


  10. says:

    I know, it probably seems odd for a 23 year old to give a children s book such a good review, but this has always been, and still is, one of my all time favorite books If You Give a Mouse a Cookie was one of the first books that I read It was in my elementary school s library, and if you go to that school and find the book it probably still has my name stamped in the back of it a hundred times I love the continuous progressio


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