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Stuff and Nonsense : A Touch-And-Feel Book with a Pop-Up Surprise!
by David Pelham


Overview - In this first title in a new novelty series, kids can meet the adorable Stuff and Nonsense mice as they work hard to gather stuff. With touch-and-feel elements throughout, and an elaborate pop-up on the final spread, readers find out just what these little mice have been creating.  Read more...

 
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Overview

In this first title in a new novelty series, kids can meet the adorable Stuff and Nonsense mice as they work hard to gather stuff. With touch-and-feel elements throughout, and an elaborate pop-up on the final spread, readers find out just what these little mice have been creating. Full color.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781416959076
  • ISBN-10: 1416959076
  • Publisher: Little Simon
  • Publish Date: February 2009
  • Page Count: 1
  • Reading Level: Ages 4-7

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 52.
  • Review Date: 2009-03-02
  • Reviewer: Staff

A factory line of buck-toothed mice work together to build a secret-something in this energetic book. Carting an assortment of colorful shapes in a caravan that continues on to the last page, the toylike mice’s enthusiasm never wanes, despite a few near-disasters. “Bumpy-bump! Clumpy-clump! Squeaky-squeaky... Bash!/ Hoppy faster, leg in plaster, trippy-trippy... Crash!” Readers can feel the textures of the shapes in relief: golden “scaly stuff” feels like a lizard’s skin; “scratchy stuff,” like sandpaper; and “wrinkly stuff,” like crepe paper. Though they are “very busy,” several mice still take a moment to stare, with deadpan expressions, at the reader. Although the two titular mice don’t really stand out from the pack (they are all equally appealing) the pop-up finale feels satisfying, after the buildup. All ages. (Feb.)

 
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