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Mildred and Sam are two wondrous mouse creations who fit right in with Beverly Cleary's mouse heroes and the tales of Geronimo Stilton. They are quiet mice who live and play and avoid trouble with bunnies (who I doubt are into mice in real life.) The book is whimsical and fun, and the painted illustrations are so adorable you'll look at the mousies in awe. IE: AWWWWWWWW! I love this series from the get go! @Free Kindle Ø Mildred and Sam (I Can Read Book 2) ⚡ Mildred And Sam Collicott, SharleenNotRetrouvez Mildred And Sam Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D Occasion Mildred And Sam, I Can Read Series Broch Achat LivreMildred And Sam, I Can Read Series Des Milliers De Livres Avec La Livraison Chez Vous Enjour Ou En Magasin Avec % De Rduction Mildred And Sam Sharleen Collicott, UncreditedMildred And Sam Sharleen Collicott, Uncredited, HarperAudioLivres Passer Au Contenu Principal Essayez Prime Bonjour, Identifiez Vous Compte Et Listes Identifiez Vous Compte Et Listes Retours Et Commandes Testez Prime Panier Livres En Franais Go Rechercher BonjourMildred And Sam By Sharleen Collicott Mildred And Sam Book Readreviews From The World S Largest Community For Readers Mildred And Sam Live In A Tiny Burrow Underneath The Daffodil Roots Mildred And Sam Collicott, Sharleen Free Mildred And Sam By Collicott, Sharleen Publication DateTopics Houses, Mice, Family New Baby, Juvenile Easy Readers, Juvenile Fiction, Children S Books Ages Fiction, Children Grades, Fiction, Juvenile Fiction Readers Beginner, Readers Beginner, Animals Mice Hamsters Guinea Pigs Etc Babies, Dwellings, Infants Publisher New York Laura Geringer Books CollectionMildred And Sam I Can Read BookFebruary , Mildred And Sam Lived In A Tiny House Underneath The Daffodil Roots ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet Archive Mildredsamicanreshar ISBNX ISBN Library ThingGoodreadsLists Containing This Book Bedtime Stories For My Little One From LovelySummer Books To Borrow From Elawrence Ch From Raraza Bedtime Stories For MyMildred And Sam I Can Read Level I Read Mildred And Sam To My Granddaughter And We Both Loved It Lily, My Granddaughter Thought The Book Was Very Sweet, She Understood The Whole Story And The Illustrations Are Just Fabulous I Can T Wait To Read The Authors Next Book Mildred And Sam Should Be A Must Read For All Children The Book Was Teaching The Children To Be TidyMildred And Sam Criswell Sing Aragon Mill YouTube Mildred And Sam Criswell Sing Aragon Mill, A Song Written By Si Kahn About The Closing Of A Textile Mill In Aragon, Georgia John Cogdill Mandolin Roy Nelson Banjo Recorded November , Mildred And Sam I Can Read BookFebruary , Mildred And Sam Lived In A Tiny House Underneath The Daffodil Roots The Physical Object Format Paperback Number Of PagesDimensionsxxinches Weightounces ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet Archive Mildredsamicanreshar ISBNX ISBN Library ThingGoodreadsLists Containing This Book Bedtime This book is a very easy first chapterbook for any student. There are repetitive statements to help students stay engaged with such a long book, and shows a lot of different imaginative things. It explores different animals and flowers, and I would recommend this book for a library or for students to do group projects with. This book is about Mildred and Sam who wants to live in a large house. They were dreaming about different place and how things would happen if they stay there. They dig and they try to make room for a bigger house. Finally when the house is finished they painted what they saw in the dream and live happily with their baby mouse. This book is a good book to introduce children to chapter book. Tema says, "Mildred wanted to move to a different home and Sam built a bigger house and I liked everything about it."

I thought it was a very cute story, entertaining, and easy enough for new readers to feel confident. The pictures were detailed and fun as well. A nice and quick library read. Mildred and Sam are a mouse couple who live under the roots of a daffodil, which is pretty hardcore in the creativity department. But the two mouseys wanna move out, and certain areas in the forest are not good options. Like, living in the tree with the owl....not cool. Or even hanging with the home bunnies! (Some people find cute bunnies a threat to true stability. I'm not sure why this is.) They finally dig out a new burrow, and hope this new home will last a lot longer. To say more would probably cheapen the effect of this story, and it is great fun. Bravery is found when allowing stories of cute animals to shine light into this dark world.
Four stars
Mildred and Sam rock!