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A Museum Adventure by Daniel Kirk
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May 25, 12

bookshelves: animals, art, ncbla2013, picture-book, writing, word-lovers
Read in May, 2012

Although he prefers spending time reading and taking notes in the safety of his library, Sam the library mouse is persuaded by his friend Sarah to visit the museum that is right next door. The two of them take along their journals in order to record what they see. As they move through the museum's rooms, Sam shows Sarah some of the things a journal might contain, including ticket stubs, a stamp, even sketches of the artwork they view. When a cat appears, both mice run for their lives since Sam especially is afraid of felines. They are pleasantly surprised to find a special gallery devoted to the artwork of the very cat from whom they were fleeing. Although the story covers familiar territory, fans of this particular series will enjoy this title and its gouache illustrations that fill its pages in sumptuous colors. Something tells me that Sam is glad he took a risk and left the library, if only for a short time.
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