Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Review: Little Library Mouse by Stephanie Lisa Tara

You know I don't accept poem books.  But I love children's books and I love to READ!  That is enough for me to pick this book.

Author: Stephanie Lisa Tara
Release Date: January 28th 2013
Source: Bought
Genre: Poem, Children's
Buy: Amazon

At closing time a key locks the library, and unlocks the dreams of a little mouse who waits in the shadows. Skipping, sliding, down the pages of books--he steps inside magical stories, inviting readers to come along for the ride.

Witty verse and verse and fantastical illustrations celebrate the joys of reading in this tale with innovative charm.


So, what will you do, if someone gives you a key to the library and you own it for the rest of the night?  More than what you will do, how will you feel?  I know I will just be the happiest person in the world.  A library, people - for you alone for the next 12 or so hours..  That will be so amazing.

This book is about a mouse after the working hours of the library.  Remember, this mouse loves books - well, not to eat but to read.  It loves that the books takes it different places and gives the opportunity to learn many things.  It loves that it can be any character or thing in the book and can live in a completely different world.  It ends with an invitation for us to join..

Its fun to read this short children's poem book.  The illustrations are colorful and will be liked by kids.  For book lovers, this would be absolutely relatable.

Enjoyed this one!  Recommended for kids who can understand short verses.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review Stephanie's book! All of her children's books are in verse and I bet you'd love them all! I'll be sure to tweet and share this review with others.


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