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One Gray Mouse

3.71 of 5 stars 3.71  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  6 reviews
From "One gray mouse in a black mouse house" to "Ten red snails in a gray snail pail," learning to count has never been so much fun! A colorful cast of characters, cleverly shaped from Fimo, helps young children learn colors, animals and the numbers from one to ten. Kids will have fun following the adventurous mouse as he scampers from picture to picture, gathering objects ...more
Paperback, 24 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Kids Can Press (first published July 13th 1995)
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Amanda Howell
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Picture Book Log: Counting
Review Source: Dr. Kimmel

Students follow the one grey mouse on an adventure to learn how to count all of the other animals that are represented in this book. With all of its original and colorful pictures, this book really captivates the fun in learning to count.

The pictures in this book were created using Fimo clay. They were really interesting looking because they did not look like any of the other picture books that I looked at for this assignment. Each page introduc
Erin Featherston
This was my absolute favorite book when I was little. Adorable pictures to go along with a very cute and entertaining story that helps young ones learn to count
This simple counting book introduces children to numbers, animals, and colors.
Great illustrations make this a fun book for my two year old.
for a toddler!
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