The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear

In this book, the narrator follows a mouse’s every move as he picks a straw-berry and tries to keep it from the ominous Big Hungry Bear. After disguising the strawberry, hiding it, and putting it under lock and key, the narrator suggests the best way to make sure the bear doesn’t get it: “cut it in half, give me the other half, and eat it!” Told from an interesting point of view, the reader feels like part of the story.

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