by True Kelley
Unable to bridle his big mouth, Blabber, a mouse, divulges everything he knows, from the secret location of a friend's cookie stash to schoolyard crushes. He also has a hard time keeping gossip straight. Rather than ostracizing him, Blabber's friends surprise him with a party, and a diary into which he can spill all of his secrets. Illustrations.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 10th 2001 by Dutton Juvenile
(first published 2001)
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This book is about a mouse who has a big mouse. The mouse tells everyone everybody elses secrets and likes to gossip. By the middle of the story no one wants to their friend and the mouse starts to feel alone. By the end of the story the mouse realizes that telling everyone everbody elses secrets isn't a nice thing to do and that if someone tells you a secret you should keep it to yourself.
This book has a very beneficial lesson that everyone needs to learn. Secrets are not meant to be shared. Reading this book to a class would be very benefical because it includes a lesson that all students need to learn. Students need to learn how to keep a secret.