Twit Twoo School: Mouse's Big Day

Publisher: Macmillan

Review

It's Mouse's first day at school, but she doesn't want to go. She doesn't like it, even though she's never been before. Mummy tries her best to persuade Mouse, but Mouse is insistent. When they get to school, kind Miss Hoot sends the children out into the playground to find something special; something only they can find. Owl finds feathers; Rabbit finds a little carrot and Mole finds some buried gold. Mouse, however, finds a little hole to hide in because she feels sad. Yet when the children take their discoveries back into the classroom, Mouse is captivated by all of them and finds that now she doesn't want to go home.

A gentle and sensitive book exploring fears that might surround starting school or nursery, Mouse's Big Day is a reassuring read for little ones.

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