Mice in the City: London

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There are three Mice in the City books: London, New York, and Around the World. It’s funny that these books are called “hide-and-squeak”! Each book has a set of special figures in the seek-and-finds, but the artist also teases you by adding figures from the other books. So if you don’t remember which eight figures you need to find in this book, you get confused. Mice in the City: London has a detective mouse, a “bumble-mouse,” a cat, a hat, a mouse hiding in a trashcan, and some others in every picture. You can play I-spy while you seek! I like that the characters are nearly all mice, and I like to search for the big cat with the striped tail. The pictures are all London landmarks except for the Underground, which isn’t a single landmark. After reading this book, I want to visit London to ride on the London Eye, a giant ferris wheel on the south bank of the River Thames. Anybody will like this book, but finding the figures hidden in all the mice crowded together could be hard for really little kids. That’s why it’s so fun to seek with a friend!

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Author Ami Shin
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Thames & Hudson
Publish Date 2018-Mar-20
ISBN 9780500651292
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Issue May 2018
Category Children's


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