Mice in the City: New York

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Mice in the City: New York is a really fun picture book in which every page has a “hide-and-squeak” picture based on a landmark in New York City. Some of the landmarks are the Strand Bookstore, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, and Times Square. Eight figures are hidden in each drawing among hundreds of other city-loving mice. My favorite thing to find in the pictures is the hot dog because I love hot dogs! The Statue of Liberty is my favorite picture because there are a lot of mice squeezed together, and that makes the seeking really fun and hard. All of the people you would expect in the picture are replaced by mice, including a mouse in a blonde wig, a mouse in a striped wizard hat, a mouse playing the accordion, and a “book fairy” mouse. Even though the pages are big, the drawings are crowded with so many mice that finding the eight special figures is hard. It’s easier with someone to help you count and keep track! You don’t have to be able to read to enjoy these drawings because they’ll make you laugh.

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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 9780500651285
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Issue May 2018
Category Children's


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