Where’s the Little Mouse? ...Is it in the House?

Publisher: Usborne

Review

Where's the purple snake? Where's the birthday cake? Where's the jumping frog, and where's the hungry dog?

This very simple rhyming board book combines bright, simple illustrations with point-and-say question and answers for toddlers and older babies. Parents can ask and answer each question themselves for younger ones to get them used to the rhythms and sounds of question and answer, and older toddlers can point to the answers when asked.

The vocabulary – guitar, jumping, birthday – is more suited to toddlers, and great for building up their own personal word bank, and there's enough going on in the cute illustration to interest a two year old as well as younger ones.

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