I'm Not Even Eating a Cookie


Children - Animals
38 Pages
Reviewed on 09/18/2016
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

I'm Not Even Eating a Cookie by Regina Puckett is the story told by Mother Mouse of following a cookie crumb trail. There were cookie crumbs scattered here, there and everywhere in the house, and she wondered if she would be able to catch the cookie thief who had been leaving the crumbs on the floor and messing up her house. She then hears the sound of crunching and decides to follow it. She sees Baby Mouse eating the cookies. Baby Mouse tells his mother that he hadn't been eating cookies, but he is unable to fool his mother. Baby Mouse promises to sweep up the mess, clean the house, and make it shining.

The concept of the story is good and with the help of lively and bright illustrations children will love the story of Baby Mouse lying to his mother that he has not been eating the cookies. The excellent illustrations give the story a good pace and movement and breathe life into the characters and scenes. It is an adorable story and will make a good bedtime storybook for kids. The book can be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. It is always easier for children to understand a concept, message, or moral when expressed with the help of a story and pictures. Kids will love Baby Mouse, and his character is relatable and tangible.