There's a Mouse in the House!: What Shall We do? What Shall We Do?
There’s a Mouse in the House! What Shall We Do? What Shall We Do? is a combination poetry and chapter book written to be read to a toddler child. The older child will enjoy reading the stories to himself.
One of the poems, There’s a Mouse in the House! What Shall We Do? was voted the #1 poem by iPhone on YouTube a few years back and has earned over 20K views.
The chapter stories include:
George, the Great Green Gooseberry Gobbler-an environmental tale about a pheasant eating green gooseberries in Mr. Hop’s garden.
7 chapter stories about Okra the cat and his life with Jamaica, a little parrot, and Jupiter, a crow.
Ribbons at Christmas- a curious cat who gets in trouble with a Christmas tree.
The There’s a Mouse in the House! What shall We do? What Shall We Do? title poem was co-authored with my grandson, Nicholas Studebaker. All illustrations by Sherri Bails.
I hope you agree with a quote by Frederick Douglas, “Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” This book is popular all over the world through Worldreader and it's YouTube visitors has had thousands of views.