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Stuart Hides Out

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Let's play hide-and-seek!If you were a mouse, would you play hide-and-seek with a cat? Stuart Littler does! But when Stuart hides too well, will cat find him -- before it's too late?
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 5th 2001 by HarperCollins (first published June 1st 2001)
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Kest Schwartzman
Mar 24, 2017 Kest Schwartzman rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
this book has no redeeming value
Jun 13, 2014 Dawn rated it it was ok
In an effort to try to redeem the Stuart Little novel we read in class, we looked to see if there were any subsequent Stuart Little books. Apparently E.B. White didn't write anymore. Disney did some great things with the story. They kind of picked up where White left off and mended some of the holes.

It looks like this little I Can Read book is a spin off from Disney. The pictures are like the movie. However, he story does originate in the book, so I can't totally slam it. It is a good book for
Aug 24, 2010 Modboy rated it it was ok
Not the most exciting story but it is sorta funny to see how the cat despises the mouse and what Snowbell does when Stuart's in a pickle. Probably a better book to use for teaching how to read than to actually read aloud to your child.
Jan 12, 2010 carissa rated it really liked it
Recommended Ages: grades K - 1

An I Can Read Book Level 1: beginning reading

When Stuart Little and Snowbell the cat are left alone for
the afternoon, they discover that the game of hide-and-seek can be dangerous.

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Shelves: animals
This is a great book to have on your book shelf for kindergarten. It is an easy reader book and may promote independent reading.
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Susan Hill, graduate of Bowdoin College, resident of Portland, Ore., is the author of many children's books.

She is also published as Susan Hill Long and Frances Ann Ladd.

Librarian's Note: There is more than one author by this name.
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