Usborne There’s a Mouse About the House is a fun interactive book. Trace the dotted line with the movable mouse and ship him through the slot on each page.

“This interactive book is so much fun: first, take the little cardboard mouse out of the pocket on the front cover. Then, as you read the story about the mouse’s adventure, follow the dotted line and move the mouse through the slot on each page.” – There’s A Mouse About the House

Inside There’s A Mouse About the House

Usborne There's a Mouse About the House

Usborne There's a Mouse About the House

Usborne There's a Mouse About the House

This book is not just fun, it’s educational, too:

  • Holding the mouse is like holding a pencil. It teaches fine motor skills
    to little fingers.
  • Following the dotted line encourages early writing skills.
  • The mouse always moves from left to right, which is important
    to early reading skills.
  • The child learns to turn one page at a time. If they turn a few pages
    at once, the mouse won’t be there.
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Children love to read the story and move the mouse again and again.

About There’s A Mouse About the House

buy-now-logo-220Price: $10.99
Age: 3 years and up
Size: 6 1/8 x 14 5/8
Pages: 20
Series: Slot Books
By: Usborne Books & More

Customer Review of Mouse About the House:

“Both my 2 year old and my 5 year old absolutely LOVE this book. They want to read it over and over and over again. It is so engaging. I love that it is so interactive. You put the mouse through the slot, follow the dotted lines, and on some pages there are flaps to lift up as well. So happy to have this in our collection!”

Other Usborne titles in the Series include:
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Mouse About the House Consultant Review:

Usborne just gets it, they know how to make books that are engaging, interactive, fun, and teach something all at the same time! This book, A Mouse About the House, is fantastic for naturally reinforcing reading from left to right across the page. Plus, it’s so fun for the kids to bring the mouse around through the house on a journey and slip him through each page.