If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (If You Give...) by Laura Joffe Numeroff

By Laura Joffe Numeroff

Celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the award-winning If You supply a Mouse a Cookie, probably the most liked children’s books of all time, from the number 1 New York occasions bestselling crew Laura Numeroff and Felicia Bond

If a hungry little mouse indicates up in your doorstep, you need to supply him a cookie. And for those who provide him a cookie, he will ask for a pitcher of milk. he will are looking to glance in a replicate to ensure he does not have a milk mustache, after which he will ask for a couple of scissors to provide himself a trim....

This publication is a smart first creation to Mouse, the celebrity of the when you Give... sequence and a perennial favourite between childrens. With its spare, rhythmic textual content and round story, If You provide a Mouse a Cookie is ideal for starting readers and tale time!

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