Upstairs Mouse, Downstairs Mole

"Aptly dedicated to Friends of Frog and Toad, 
this delightful beginning reader introduces two 
endearing neighbors. A real winner." 
— School Library Journal 

"Yee's comfy beginning reader focuses on Mouse and 
Mole and packs in plenty of sweetness and civility." 
— Publishers Weekly

2005 Junior Library Guild
2006 Toy Oppenheim Gold Award
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Abracadabra! Magic with Mouse and Mole

Minkus the Magnificent is coming to town. The show 
is marvelous at first but disappointing in the end when 
a table collapses and the audience realizes that the 
magic is really trickery. Then Mouse summons Mole to 
a midnight show featuring fireflies, mimosa plants, 
and the full moon. Reassured that magic is all around, 
Mole falls asleep beneath the moon and stars, 
next to her. — starred School Library Journal

2007 Junior Library Guild
2008 Maryland Blue Crab Award
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A Brand-New Day with Mouse and Mole

Mole is having a bad day. All of his clothes have 
embarrassing moth holes. He and Mouse decide to 
go shopping, first stopping for a quick lunch. 
Beginning readers will be amused and disgusted by Mole's 
favorite meal, a big serving of lightly fried worms. 
Finding new duds is challenging because Mole really 
prefers his old comfortable clothes. The stories are light, 
with simple plots, and the lively and expressive 
watercolor illustrations add energy and detail. 
— School Library Journal 

2008 Junior Library Guild
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Mouse and Mole Fine Feathered Friends

It's spring, when the birds come back, 
so Mouse and Mole set out with their binoculars, 
sketch pad, and crayons to find them. 
When they attempt to draw them, 
the startled creatures fly away, and the plot 
builds to a hilarious climax when the two friends 
improvise a plan to attract them. 
The themes and inherent lessons will 
resonate with primary-grade students, 
who will flock to this easy reader.
— School Library Journal 

2009 Junior Library Guild
2010 Theodor Geisel Honor Award
2010 ALSC Notable Children's Book
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Mouse and Mole a Winter Wonderland

"Yee follows his Geisel Honoree Mouse and Mole: 
Fine Feathered Friends (2009) with a four-chapter story 
told through controlled text and charming 
litho-pencil–and-gouache illustrations characterized 
by gentle humor and great warmth in the characters’ 
relationship, if not in their snowy surroundings. 
A tea-and-cookie retreat provides a cozy ending to 
a splendid beginning reader. A real winner." 
— Kirkus Review

2010 Junior Library Guild
2010 Toy Oppenheim Gold Award
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Mouse and Mole a Perfect Halloween

"Newly independent readers will find much 
humor and 
some challenging word, but Yee's small 
pencil illustrations cue perfectly." 
— Starred Kirkus Review

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Mouse and Mole Secret Valentine

"This heartwarming, early chapter book unfolds with 
pacing, and every word advances the plot, 
provides information, 
or delivers humor. A delightful addition.
— School Library Journal

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