I have NEVER forgotten the defining classic of my early childhood, Leo the Late Bloomer, also authored by Robert Kraus and illustrated by Jose Aruego. My 1st grade teacher read it aloud one day and that was IT. You know what I mean? That first book that really hits you as a kid? It's so powerful. For years, I thought back on this book, wondering about Leo and how he'd progressed in life. Also, imagine my surprise when I found the book again and realized Leo was NOT a lion, but a shy tiger.
Whose Mouse Are You? is another tender exploration of the anxiety of wanting to belong, of wanting to fit in. Highly recommended. I am so looking forward to sharing this in storytime!
What a wonderful vintage book! I love reading this book in storytime sometimes I almost cry even.
Good rhyme and I love the red orange and grey color scheme!
My favorite book to read-aloud. Simple repeating words help young children to chime in and "read" with you.
Fun for storytime!
It's a children's classic. Great illustrations and a winning story.
nice read for out loud.
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