David Ezra Stein pens irresistible tales that win over young readers while earning such distinctions as the Caldecott Honor and the Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award. In this engaging book, a young mouse sits down to write her grandmother a letter, but she can't think of anything to say. All of a sudden, though, she is flooded with ideas and starts scribbling down all the wonders of her life. A warmhearted story, Love, Mouserella may even inspire young listeners to write letters to people they care about.
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by David Ezra Stein
by Wednesday Kirwan
by Wong Herbert Yee
by Karma Wilson, Wong Herbert Yee
by Bob Shea
by Norton Juster
"At her mother's suggestion, lonely Mouserella writes her grandmother a letter. The letter is full of Mouserella's news: Her caterpillar has changed into a chrysalis, she's practicing Grandmother's posture exercise, and she put honey on her ears to attract butterflies. Michele Medlin's voice is convincingly childlike. Her pace increases as Mouserella thinks of more and more things to tell her grandmother, her tone lightens and bounces with each new experience, and her sense of excitement builds from one adventure to the next. Listeners will be inspired to write a letter to a loved one. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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