If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (2020)

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond If You Give a Mouse a Cookie If a hungry little traveler shows up at your house you might want to give him a cookie If you give him a cookie he s going to ask for a glass of milk He ll want to look in a mirror to make sure he d
  • Title: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
  • Author: Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond
  • ISBN: 9780060245863
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Hardcover
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond If a hungry little traveler shows up at your house, you might want to give him a cookie If you give him a cookie, he s going to ask for a glass of milk He ll want to look in a mirror to make sure he doesn t have a milk mustache, and then he ll ask for a pair of scissors to give himself a trim.The consequences of giving a cookie to this energetic mouse run the young hoIf a hungry little traveler shows up at your house, you might want to give him a cookie If you give him a cookie, he s going to ask for a glass of milk He ll want to look in a mirror to make sure he doesn t have a milk mustache, and then he ll ask for a pair of scissors to give himself a trim.The consequences of giving a cookie to this energetic mouse run the young host ragged, but young readers will come away smiling at the antics that tumble like dominoes through the pages of this delightful picture book.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond

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  1. Chris

    If you give a mouse a cookie, he s probably going to poop all over your kitchen counter When s he s done pooping all over your kitchen counter, he ll probably take up residence in your pantry, invite his girlfriend over, and have himself a nice little family in a matter of weeks He s certainly NOT going to do all of the cute things that this book suggests.Last night I read this to my son and then tucked him and his fifteen stuffed animals one of which is most likely a mouse into bed Then I went [...]

  2. David

    If you give a mouse a cookie is the story of the perversity of desire, and particularly the stunted pleasures of the bourgeoisie Written by the exquisite Laura Numeroff, in what can only be assumed was a violent passion for sterile aloofness from the society which she condemned, and a lust for concision which would socialize her treatise against the deadening wants, making it accessible to the masses I can imagine her, unbathed, ignorant of her own hunger and thirst, cutting every insignificant [...]

  3. Lisa

    Huge hit at my house with both my six year old son and five year old daughter Very cute book that is simple and engaging

  4. Manybooks

    Although I do have to admit that Laura Joffe Numeroff s If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a cute and entertainingly sweet enough little story and I also realise that young children often tend to much love cumulative tales and perhaps even guessing what might occur next, what might the next scenario be , personally and having first read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as an older adult in my late 40s , I am left than a bit underwhelmed and unmoved as even Felicia Bond s accompanying illustrations see [...]

  5. Jeremiah

    I know a ton of people love this book, but not me The illustrations aren t horrible and neither are they uniquely memorable over, the story is uninteresting and bland What type of thought went into this book anyway I ve met Laura and she s a nice lady, but give me a break The story is cute, but it is just a bland series of partially logical observations made by the author about this mouse If Laura can come up with a book like this and publish it, then I have lost a lot of confidence in the quali [...]

  6. Simon Watts

    I enjoy children s books as an adult than I ever did as a child Perhaps, this is because I can see past the cutesy bullshit and appreciate the adult agenda within them For example, The Butter Battle Book is far chilling when read as an adult coping with our nuclear reality And Tango Makes Three introduces children to homosexuality, while The Berenstein Bears introduces children to how Pappa Berenstein hates foreigners Who s really surprised If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is both a lesson about t [...]

  7. Ann

    There s a good amount of happy nostalgia associated with this book for me, so, the bad is that it makes it hard for me to review this objectively, but, the good is that obviously I loved it when I was little And, I can still see why The illustrations are adorable and the absurdity of the antics of this helpful little mouse are delightful I can appreciate now the helpful actions of the mouse reflecting those of children who help mom in the kitchen i.e cooking breakfast while leaving a huge mess b [...]

  8. Archit Ojha

    Every time, somebody says Cookie or mouse, it is impossible for me to not repeat the entire title.Funny and unique This poem is innovative and entertains amazingly.

  9. Jen

    I know, it probably seems odd for a 23 year old to give a children s book such a good review, but this has always been, and still is, one of my all time favorite books If You Give a Mouse a Cookie was one of the first books that I read It was in my elementary school s library, and if you go to that school and find the book it probably still has my name stamped in the back of it a hundred times I love the continuous progression of the story and the mouse s needs It is sure to make any child laugh [...]

  10. Nick Ruffilo

    While I read this as a child, I decided to re read it again as my wife has not read any of the quintessential childrens books As an adult reading this book to an adult, there are a few things to note SPOILER ALERT 1 Mice are messy2 Apparently, kids will clean up after the messes that mice leave3 Mice are much better at drawing pictures than children4 Stranger Danger doesn t extend into the word of critters Nick

  11. Eva Leger

    Okay well, I guess I m about the only person in the world who thinks these books stink Even Julia disagrees with me and we had an entire conversation with each of us stating our points after we read this She s quite the debater for not yet being 6 years old I don t find these books enjoyable AT ALL In fact, I ll reiterate my thoughts for the slow ones out there I think THEY STINK Who can t write this Rocks can t I guess Slugs Water bugs A few others Most humans can I think Well, most humans with [...]

  12. Zoraya Brown

    If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is one that I would use to teach the children in my class cause and effect, sequencing, and various procedures for everyday life I enjoyed how with each occurrence the author prompted another one, which is a great way to help children to understand how items or events are paired and how one action leads to another For example, at the beginning of the story the cookie leads to the mouse wanting milk, then in the end, after a long chain of cause and effect events, the [...]

  13. Lisa Vegan

    Well, I just reread this for the June Picture Books Club at the Children s Books group The theme for the month of June is culinary.My favorite of this series has always been If You Give a Moose a Muffin I like the alliteration, the moose, the humor best of all.But, this is a fun book too I like all of Laura Joffe Numeroff s If You books They re very engaging.

  14. Anthony K

    This book is either an innocent fun and silly storyor its a first childhood look at conceptual social critique on the inherent consequences of social welfare You tell me All jokes aside, this book is adorable, with wonderful illustrations.

  15. Jeffery Taylor

    A timeless story about alienation, materialism, and class consciousness The mouse, obviously a metaphorical stand in for humanity, which often gets referred to as a rat race , wants a cookie Now, if we understand cookies to be a representation of that which we desire, the metaphor could not be apt Cookies provide no nutritional value We all want cookies, yet they do little for us, except maybe go to our thighs Yet as soon as we get a cookie, we want another It s no good The second cookie is not [...]

  16. Kathy Ramirez

    This book was so sweet The illustrations are colorful and eye catching, as well as the characters soon become loved in each page I thought the story line was perfectly planned out in the tale of events of the mouse and the small boy that makes a small friend by showing he cares I think this book would be a wonderful addition to any school or home library because it specifically teaches on character building for young children, I believe The care and kindness of the little boy in the story toward [...]

  17. Jessica Cain

    Summary and Critique This has always been one of my favorite books because it was one of the first books i ever learned how to read It was about a mouse who gets a cookie, but one he gets the cookie he wants milk and once he gets milk he wants a straw It was just a progression of events that all lead about to the fact that you gave the mouse a cookie He is never satisfied until the very end when he is finally done needing stuff Very cute children s book for beginner readers Classroom use Since t [...]

  18. Tonya Nelson

    Summary A boy gives a mouse a cookie and this begins a chain of events The mouse wants different things as a result of each of the events in the story This is a great book that illustrates cause and effect relationships through pictures and text It starts out with a mouse wanting milk as a result of getting a cookie Then, the mouse asks for items like a straw and a napkin because of what has happened It circles back the mouse asking the little boy for some milk and a cookie at the end.Characteri [...]

  19. Rachel

    This is not the kind of thing I normally read, but I was in the waiting room at the dentist while my mom was getting a root canal and I d already finished the book I d brought with me, as well as a Vogue magazine and the issue of Martha Stewart Living where Martha throws some weak pie related shade at Gwyneth Paltrow So it was either this or David Decides About Thumbsucking Mouse it is Long story short if you give a mouse a cookie, you ll never get rid of him.

  20. Linda

    A young boy begins his day by offering a little brown mouse a cookie No longer happy with that, the mouse wants a cup of milk to quench his thirst, a napkin to wipe his face, a mirror to make sure he looks okay and so on All common sense activities that take them on a journey around the house Except by the end of the day the boy is worn out, the house is somewhat of a mess and the cycle begins again.This is a cute childrens picture book that teaches young boys and girls about sharing and caring [...]

  21. Nurse Lisa In Ohio (PRN Book Reviews)

    This series of books is ADOOORRRRABLE I loved it try to give it as gifts to little ones 3 up age group when I can find it Simply darling

  22. Britt Guild

    This is a wonderful book to read just to laugh I find my daughter and I quoting this book daily as we end our meals with, Would you like a cookie to go with it The illustrations bring depth to each page from the detail of each hair the mouse cuts off his head to each crease in the mouse s underwear The story might make me laugh than my daughter as I always feel like my children are asking me for one thing after another There are days when I feel the same as the boy at the end of the story tired [...]

  23. Kathryn Boyle

    If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a story about a boy, when sitting on the grass outside his house eating a cookie, discovers a little mouse He kindly gives the cookie to the mouse After the mouse eats the cookie, he asks for some milk and then a straw The mouse s requests begin simple enough but he continues to ask for and and until he ends up moving into the boy s home.This story is suitable for children aged 4 6 It is a simple picture book with colourful illustrations on each page which would [...]

  24. Brianna Tornabene

    I get it, this book is satirizing appeasement because it can escalate However, I think that this is offensive to people like myself with lactose intolerance and glucose intolerance Packages clearly state when the food item is gluten free, and correct me if I am wrong but I see no evidence of the non existing glucose I bet that cookie is SATURATED in C6H12O6 The glucose CONSUMES the dessert Additionally, I see chocolate chips inside of that cookie Yeah you can argue me and tell me that it could b [...]

  25. Anna Reid

    If you Give a Mouse a Cookie is one book from the series written by Laura Joffe Numeroff This book is fun and humorous as it starts out by a boy eating a cookie The boy spots a mouse and offers a cookie to the mouse, but this starts a long line of giving and taking between the mouse and the boy The mouse then asks for a glass of milk, a straw, a napkin, and so on The illustrations in this story are crucial because they so clearly depict what is taking place If readers struggle with certain words [...]

  26. Kathryn

    I feel certain I must have read this before at some point but I really didn t remember anything about it I actually had a bit of a distaste built up for reading it and now I am honestly not sure why It is such a cute, fun story I think maybe I just felt the whole thing had been over commercialized and there are so many spin offs now which I also haven t read so it s not fair of me to judge Anyway, I think it s just the sort of story I would have liked when I was little, too taking care of an ani [...]

  27. Jamie

    Cute One thing leads to another is this adorable childrens book The story is catchy, the images fantastic There a re a few challenging words that will test a child skill or they might need help with depending how young they are and what their reading level it But overall, I think any child can love this book.

  28. midnightfaerie

    A book we read a while ago, it was satisfactory but a bit over the heads of my preschoolers My 5 yr old liked it good enough, but there wasn t enough text to make this even vaguely educational Still, it was an entertaining story with good illustrations.

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