Pleasant Fieldmouse

Pleasant Fieldmouse Here is Pleasant Fieldmouse as enchanting a small creature as one might hope to meet And here too are his friends Mrs Worry Wind Hedgehog Haunted Beaver Graybeard Tortoise and many many others

  • Title: Pleasant Fieldmouse
  • Author: Jan Wahl Maurice Sendak
  • ISBN: 9780060297251
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Here is Pleasant Fieldmouse, as enchanting a small creature as one might hope to meet And here, too, are his friends, Mrs Worry Wind Hedgehog, Haunted Beaver, Graybeard Tortoise, and many, many others.Their happy adventures in the forest, whether preparing for a picnic that never takes place, growing a very special and beautiful talking rose, or performing brave and heroHere is Pleasant Fieldmouse, as enchanting a small creature as one might hope to meet And here, too, are his friends, Mrs Worry Wind Hedgehog, Haunted Beaver, Graybeard Tortoise, and many, many others.Their happy adventures in the forest, whether preparing for a picnic that never takes place, growing a very special and beautiful talking rose, or performing brave and heroic deeds of courage, will enchant the youngest listener.And who could ask for than to have these lovable forest folk portrayed by Maurice Sendak, whose pictures are known and loved by thousands of children and adults.

    One thought on “Pleasant Fieldmouse”

    1. This is an amusing story with several very funny bits, and though it seems silly it is actually quite clever and the whole story shows profound meanings and ideas for life. It’s a lovely story, telling us to be positive. If you already know the worst then things can only get better.

    2. Lovely, quaint stories like Hedgehog Pie and A Guest in the Rose fill this short chapter book. Maurice Sendak fills the book with pen-and-ink drawings. Great for parents to read to their children and for 2 or 3 grade readers.

    3. I really liked the animals' stories as well as the illustrations. This would be a perfect tiered choice for advanced primary students to read as their classmates read the "frog and toad" stories.

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