Cornbread & Poppy at the Museum (Cornbread and Poppy, 3)
Cornbread & Poppy at the Museum is the third book in the Cornbread & Poppy series about best friends who find themselves on adventures, regardless of how they feel about it. Each mouse is unique: Cornbread is hesitant and always prepared, while Poppy is carefree and only cares about how she’s feeling in the moment. Cornbread is invited to the Founders’ Gala at Moonville Museum; he brings Poppy and shows her his favorite exhibits. This is not Poppy’s type of event, but what happens if it becomes more of Poppy’s event than Cornbread’s?
Cornbread & Poppy at the Museum was my first book in this series, but after reading this one, I had to check out the other two, and now I’m a fan and hope there are more to come! I like that the author keeps the characters the same in each book, and even though they are so different, they enjoy being around each other and find fun adventures for both enjoyment and learning. I noticed that Cornbread & Poppy books remind me of Sophie Mouse, with similar storylines. Kids of all ages will enjoy these books because the characters experience the same feelings and situations as the readers.
|Page Count||80 pages|
|Publisher||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
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