There’s a mouse, and he finds this shoe in the tall bamboo. And he asks every person he meets if it was their shoe. He meets an elephant, but the elephant only likes to wear high heels. He meets a spider, but the spider has really small shoes. It wasn’t Tiger’s shoe, because Tiger didn’t wear shoes. Myna Bird said he left his shoes in the house, and it wasn’t the Hippo’s, because he wears his shoes at the lake, and he has different kinds. Finally, he asks the Kangaroo, and it was the Kangaroo’s, but he kicked it off because it made his foot hurt. So, then, the Kangaroo gave it to the mouse, who didn’t even use it for his feet!
The book is all in rhyming word like a poem, and the mouse is very nice and polite to try to find the person the shoe belonged to. Everyone was really nice. It was fun to look at all the pictures, and see the different shoes that the animals were wearing, even though animals don’t really wear shoes! I like how the mouse used the shoe in the end. It’s really funny!
|Author||Eve Bunting, Sergio Ruzzier, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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