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Tickle, Tickle! Itch, Twitch!

3.1 of 5 stars 3.10  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  8 reviews
When a feather lands in Mouse’s paws, he has an idea for some wily fun! He sneaks up on Gus the groundhog and...TICKLE, TICKLE! ITCH, TWITCH! Gus has GOTTA GOTTA scratch his back. And that’s just the beginning of one itchy problem after another. Follow Gus as he tries hopelessly to scratch his back with a snake, a porcupine, and an alligator. Cheerful illustrations rendere ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Two Lions
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Meg McGregor
Gus needs to scratch his back because Mouse is tickling his back with a feather.

I liked the illustrations and I especially liked how the story ended!
This book is just interactive enough to keep it interesting for story time. And friends are always a big hit.
Sandi Roe
Great book for a fun, interactive story time!
The pictures in this book are very nice...too bad the book is completely upsetting and frustrating. First of all, mice are evil, and Gus (whatever he is ..a ground hog?) is being tormented by the mouse. It is just a mean book, the mouse is tormenting him and drives him crazy. I see no value in this book...clearly Julie Olson is a talented artist but she should NOT write books. This was just awful. Even the cover, Gus is in peril and the mouse is giggling. ARGH! I wouldn't give it any stars but t ...more
The story of unfortunate Gus, nearly driven to madness by a mean-spirited mouse.

But seriously.

Decent repetition, but at times felt a little clunky.
Tickling is great fun! The story ends with relief. Finding stories that use the sound for the letter "i" isn't easy. The kids loved this fun story.
gus the groundhog's back is suddenly very, very itchy and he attempts to scratch against different things
A short book, with a mysterious tickler! The children received this book very well.
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