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A Very Babymouse Christmas by Jennifer L. Holm
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Mar 06, 2012

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bookshelves: animals, graphic-novels
Read in March, 2012

Babymouse is at it again. As usual, I loved the pink and black color scheme that fills the pages as Babymouse looks forward to Christmas and all the goodies she will receive. As she tells Santa over and over, all she really wants is a Whizbang. In between waiting for Christmas Day to arrive, Babymouse sneaks into her parents' closet in search of her loot, decks her locker for the holiday and ponders school present exchanges in years gone by. The narrator even intrudes to remind her of the true meaning of Christmas, but the message flies right by her. Once she has the much-anticipated gift, she can't even use it because there are no batteries. Once again, the stubborn Babymouse eventually learns her lesson, even if it takes her a long time to process it. There's nothing quite as fun as a Babymouse Christmas.
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