MOUSE CHASE by Vivian Sathre

MOUSE CHASE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A real cat-and-mouse chase that races along in quick-stepping action sentences: ""Whiskers twitch./Mouse runs./Cat chases."" Mouse hops onto a leaf on a gusty day and rides it up and out of Cat's clutches. Landing on a river, Mouse escapes again and Cat misses a final swipe before ""Mouse sails./Cat wails."" Sathre (J. B. Wigglebottom and the Parade of Pets, 1993, etc.) creates a lively miniadventure with a fanciful quality. Schumaker's first book for young readers harkens back to the simpler illustrative style of early children's books: the palette is limited to five clean, clear hues plus black. The look is refreshingly uncluttered.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1995
Page count: 36pp
Publisher: Harcourt Brace