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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Give a Moose a Muffin Literature Unit

 

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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and If You Give a Moose a Muffin Literature Unit

By Laura Numeroff

 

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

When this cute little mouse comes over to a little boy’s house, the boy gives him a cookie. The mouse asks for a glass of milk to go with it, and the story takes off from there. He’ll want to look in the mirror to make sure that he doesn’t have a milk mustache. Then, he thinks his hair needs a trim, so he will ask for some scissors. He will want a broom to sweep up his mess and ends up washing all the floors too. All of that will make him tired, so he needs a nap. The boy makes him a bed and he realizes he needs a bedtime story. When he sees the picture books, he will want to color a picture of his own and hang it on the refrigerator. All of this makes him thirsty, so he asks for a glass of milk, which of course makes him want a cookie to go with it!

If Your Give a Moose A Muffin

A moose shows up at a boy’s house and he offers it a muffin. Of course, the moose wants some jam to go with it. He eats so many muffins that he wants the boy to make more. The boy has to get ready to go to the store to get the muffin mix. Moose wants to go and then realizes it is cold outside. He asks for a sweater, and the story spirals from there with a silly and amusing chain of events. He has a puppet show, tries to make a Halloween costume, and makes a big mess that he unsuccessfully tries to clean it up. In the end, he is reminded of the jam, and of course wants some muffins to go with it.

 

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