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The story of a mouse and the jack-o'lantern he uses as a winter home...

Title : Mousekin's Golden House
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ISBN : 9780136044390
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 28 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mousekin's Golden House Reviews

  • Sandy Brehl
    2019-06-13 07:19

    Out of print, but this is a prime candidate for reissuing by a new publisher. The many associations with concepts of nature and science are justification enough, but the real reason is superior quality of every aspect of this book- well-paced story, lyrical language, lively characterization, subtle but detailed illustrations, and a satisfying ending that works on every level. Find it somewhere and share it.

  • Kest Schwartzman
    2019-06-04 10:22

    Lovely illustrations that would equally honor a natural history book. The story is cute, too, but it;s the illustrations that really stand out.

  • Maria
    2019-06-14 10:13

    I love the pictures in this book. It's really about a relationship between a mouse and it's house which happens to be a Jack-O-Lantern. This was one of the books that was at my grandparents house growing up. It's funny to me that I remember which books stayed there and which ones we had at home. Anyway, the story is beyond mundane but the pictures are so sweet that I can't bear to part with it.

  • Casey
    2019-05-29 09:23

    This book is older but I think it is still a valuable read for a classroom. It has short easy sentences, but it larger (like a miniature chapter book) and beautiful illustrations. The story is fiction, but there are a lot of nonfiction items that could be used for learning. Decay, food chains, seasons, and hibernation are all contained in this short story.

  • Molly
    2019-06-13 10:11

     A very cute book with decent illustrations (the images are more in line with what an adult would appreciate, not a child - there's actually a psychology behind the different styles of children's illustrations, did you know that?). I still love this book, though.

  • Aurora
    2019-05-27 03:18

    This book is out of print, and I'd like to find a used copy somewhere to keep. Beautiful pictures and a great story about how an abandoned jack o'lantern left out in the snow becomes a warm winter home for Mousekin.

  • Pretend City Children's Museum
    2019-06-18 04:24

    This is such a sweet and heart warming book. The illustrations are classic and the book teaches children all about the creatures and critters in the forest! When I read this book, I had a comforting smile across my face. It was sweet, simple and perfect!

  • jacky
    2019-05-25 04:13

    The copy we took out of the library has an ugly cover that doesn't do the illustrations inside justice. The story is simple: A mouse uses a discarded jack'o'lantern as a hiding place and then home. The illustrations are beautiful. The details show the animals very realistically.

  • Kathy Blose
    2019-06-05 11:27

    Very beautifully told and educational. Edna Miller's sensitive pictures of Mousekin seeking a place of his own to live in at autumn are precious. He finds a pumpkin and hollows it out. I love the Mousekin series. Kathy in Las Vegas

  • WSL Library
    2019-06-21 11:10


  • Beverly
    2019-06-10 03:12

    Love this book! Really hope it gets reprinted.

  • Amy
    2019-06-13 10:59

    Super cute, great illustrations!

  • Gemma
    2019-06-17 10:27

    The illustrations are beautifully realistic! A cute and clever story for young readers

  • Shannon
    2019-06-03 08:01

    Edna Miller books are the best.

  • Mary
    2019-05-23 09:19

    Since reading this book years ago I never carve a pumpkin without picturing how it might collapse and rot. Mice are cutist outside camping in pumpkins.

  • Becky H.
    2019-05-26 05:16

    Mousekin finds a new house to keep him warm in the winter. Very cute book for after Halloween.

  • Angel Sibenaller
    2019-06-04 04:01

    One of my favorite books growing up!