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Bizzy does not look forward to his stay with big, loud Moosemouse when Uncle Ezra goes away but the visit does not turn out as expected
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Kindergarten-Grade 3 When Uncle Ezra's card club takes a trip to Paris Hill for four days, Bizzy Bones is forced to stay with Moosemouse. From his cozy and orderly little shoe house with the well manicured garden, merry-go-round, snug little bed, and beautiful flowers and butterflies, Bizzy Bones is taken to a tree world that is dark, drafty, smelly, buggy, and totally chaotic. Detailed watercolor illustrations are integral in showing the contrast between the lifestyles of Uncle Ezra and Moosemouse. Only when Bizzy Bones is hopelessly lost in the rain in Piney Forest does he come to appreciate the love that Moosemouse has for him. As in Bizzy Bones and Uncle Ezra (Lothrop, 1984), Uncle Ezra is warm and wise while Bizzy Bones is young and insecure with a lot to learn about life and the world outside his sheltered domesticity. Fluid in visuals and verse, this mouse tale leads readers to a warm, compassionate look at the foibles and follies of us all. Cathy Woodward, Lima City Schools, Ohio
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Book Description William Morrow & Co, 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110688057462