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Seven Blind Mice by Ed Young
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Sep 08, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: animal, picture-book, informational

This book is a great metaphor for a very vauluable lesson. The lesson simply states that just because you see something doesn't always mean that that is what it is. Throughout the whole book the seven blind mice had their turn to see what the big object was standing in front of them. Each one had their idea of what it was. Then, the last mouse ran up and down and side to side and discovered that it was an elephant.

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