THREE MICE AND A CAT by Jean Horton Berg

THREE MICE AND A CAT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

And when two of the mice are sure they can outsmart Stanislaus the cat they vanish all too quickly, so that the third little mouse who admits she is scared and not bright is the only one who survives. Stanislaus' fury at not being able to catch her is the cause of his being sent away and Sally Skip Under The Bed has the house all to herself. Told in a kind of gangling doggerel this tale of a mouse-catching cat may not be acceptable in all homes, but the full color, somewhat awkward pictures by Art Seiden have a light-hearted appeal. Washable covers.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap Wonder Books