By Ellen Stoll Walsh
Take a peek at prepositions while searching for a missing mouse in this clever concept book from the author of Balancing Act.
The mice can’t find their friend Jumper! They look over branches and under leaves. They look between the weeds and down into Mole’s tunnel. But still no Jumper. Where, oh where, could their sneaky pal be?
In the tradition of Ellen Stoll Walsh’s beloved concept books Balancing Act, Mouse Paint, and Mouse Shapes, this story explores prepositions through the antics of charming, fun-loving mice.
Where Is Jumper?
Ellen Stoll Walsh has written and illustrated numerous beloved books for children, including Balancing Act and the bestselling modern classics Mouse Paint and Mouse Count. She lives in upstate New York.
Publisher: Beach Lane Books
Pub Date: October 13, 2015
Copyright Date: 2015
- Mice - Animals, Hamsters,
- Concepts / Words -JUVENILE FICTION
- Nature & the Natural World - Hide-and-seek