Mouse at Night

Written by Nancy Christensen Hall
Illustrated by Buket Erdogan

Reviewed by Ariel O. (age 9)

This story is about a mouse who comes out of his hole at night when the moon is full. He does things that many mice don't do. He sits and sees TV, he does exercise and he even cooks food. All of a sudden, he hears the alarm clock that belongs to the woman upstairs. He cleans and he runs to his hole inside the house. What do you think the surprise is?

My favorite part in the book was when he was doing exercises because it was funny. He was kicking and raising his hands. The part I find funny was when he was eating. When I read the book I felt happy because it was a funny book with colorful pictures.

I recommend this book because it was good and the pictures were colorful and even though they did not have a lot of words, you can still understand what the story is about. I recommend this book to people that like to read and people who don't like mice because maybe after they read this book they will like them.

Ariel O. is a member in The Technology and Learning Center @ the Armory's PAL/CSD 6 Summer Camp I (1999-2000)