Babymouse

Series by Jennifer Holm and Matthew Holm. New York, NY: Random House Books for Young Readers, 2005

A feisty, day dreaming mouse deals with all sorts of school, family, and community adventures. This series is great fun and chock-full of adventures, humor, wordplay, wonderfully faceted characters, loads of cultural references, and even civic responsibilities. Several volumes can be used in social studies as well as language arts.

Series awards include: 2006 Gryphon award, 2006 ALA Notable Children's Book Award, 2006 New York Book Show Award.

Grades 3-6

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