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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The little mouse was feeling lonely one day. It was a bright and sunny day and he set out to meet his friends who lived nearby. There was an ant running through the grass but it did not want to stop. The little mouse looked up and saw two birds but then they went away into the wild with the wind. Even the three little spiders did not hear the little mouse who wanted to have some fun. As the little mouse went further, he met four crickets, five frogs, six snails, seven bees, eight worms, nine ducks, and ten bugs but no one cared about him. He decided to go back to his place and hide. What happened the next morning? Let us read the story to find out.
Who Wants to Play with Little Mouse? by Jana Buchmann is an adorable and interactive story that teaches children counting in a fun and entertaining way. The story is also about friendship and introduces young readers to different types of animals, insects, and creatures. The interesting thing is how children learn to count forward and backward with the little mouse. Rachel Batislaong's colorful illustrations are eye-catching and they make the concept and the characters delightful to readers and give the story a good pace and movement. Learning numbers couldn't be easier than this and Who Wants to Play with Little Mouse? is a good tool for parents and tutors to teach children counting without being boring.