This warm and humourous picture book gently reminds us to give thanks for the little things.
The Thanksgiving feast is over. Leftover turkey and pumpkin pie litter the table. Mouse peeps out of his hidey-hole and spots a small green pea. the perfect feast for one mouse. Yes, one green pea, one red cranberry, one plate of mashed potatoes, and one roasted turkey, that should make a very fine feast for Mouse.
But can he get it all back to his hidey-hole?
Look for other books in the series: Cinco de Mouse-o and Snow Day For Mouse.
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“Ebbeler’s full-bleed, double-page spreads make the most of the humor made available by situation and scale—spot the bespectacled mouse dwarfed by his pile as he marches past Pilgrim salt-and-pepper shakers just his size. Greed goeth before a fall, however, in a slapstick climax children will relish.”—Kirkus Reviews “Cox’s prose is descriptive and lively . . . The colorful, animated, mixed-media illustrations show the world from a rodent’s perspective, with familiar foods and household items shown in towering proportions. Particularly dramatic is a vertical spread that depicts small Mouse beneath his tall, turkey-topped food pile as Cat’s face looms at the table edge. This entertaining story may be a good starting point for discussions about appreciation and excess.”—Booklist