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5 Lessons Your Child Will Learn from Word of Mouse + Giveaway

This is a partnered post with JIMMY Patterson Books. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

It’s not very often that a story about a tiny blue mouse inspires you. But Isaiah, a mouse with a big dream on a mission to save his family, is full of inspiration as his adventures lead him through some incredibly scary obstacles.

I read Word of Mouse in about 3 hours, y’all. Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. You wouldn’t usually find me on the couch, bundled in a blanket by my pink heater reading a child’s book, but beginning to end, this book is full of vocabulary, life lessons, and adventure!

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 6 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

As I was reading Word of Mouse I couldn’t help but notice the vocabulary lessons woven seamlessly throughout. But what I thought was really fantastic about this book was the 5 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

5 Lessons Your Child Will Learn from Word of Mouse

Dream big. From the very beginning of the book, Isaiah’s mischief of mice is on a mission to escape the “Horrible Place”. They all have a big dream to outsmart the “Long Coats” for a chance to live in freedom. Although they fail the first time, Isaiah continues to dream big to make their dream a reality.

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 6 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

Be brave. Isaiah is the tiniest mouse in the mischief. He’s also the the coward of the family. But the separation from his family pushes him to be brave and face the unknown. During his adventures he encounters some pretty scary things. Each obstacle requires him to be brave. He learns that being brave is scary, but it has big rewards.

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 6 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

Different is wonderful. Isaiah’s mischief is different from other mice. They’re all different colors with tags attached to their ears. Being different is what makes us all unique and I love that Word of Mouse is teaching that powerful message to children. It doesn’t matter that we all look different. What matters is that we are all wonderful.

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 5 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

Love is all that matters. When Isaiah is separated from his family, he meets another mischief of mice who welcomes him in to their family. They treat him just like one of their own and he learns a lot about love.

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 5 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

Nothing’s impossible. Isaiah’s dream seems impossible, he is a tiny blue mouse after all. But with a big dream and love, nothing is impossible. His tenacity and fearless drive allows him face the “Horrible Place” with the “Long Coats” to do the impossible.

Not all books are created equal, but Word of Mouse isn't an ordinary book. Find out which 5 lessons your child will learn from Word of Mouse.

I love books that offer my children more than entertainment. With Word of Mouse, readers will learn new words, life lessons and be entertained along the way.

With Christmas right around the corner, Word of Mouse would make a perfect stocking stuffer.

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35 thoughts on “5 Lessons Your Child Will Learn from Word of Mouse + Giveaway”

  1. Lisa Brown says:

    My niece would definitely like this book; thanks for the chance ????

  2. Julie Wood says:

    My son and daughter would love to read this book. Thanks for another awesome giveaway!!

  3. Cheryl says:

    My niece would love Word of Mouse.

  4. mami2jcn says:

    My daughter would love it.

  5. Janet W. says:

    I think my oldest grandson would love Word of Mouse!

  6. Crafty Nunn says:

    I would like this for my granddaughter, she would like it.

  7. Amy Orvin says:

    My nieces would both love Word of Mouse.

  8. Christie K says:

    My daughter would love this, she is really getting into reading and its the perfect age group.

  9. Elena says:

    My son would love this book.

  10. Leah says:

    I think my daughter would love it!

  11. Adrienne Gordon says:

    My daughter would.

  12. HS says:

    My kids would love Word of Mouse!

  13. Peter G says:

    My daughter would truly love this.

  14. Jessica To says:

    I think my son would really like this.

  15. Sheila K. says:

    My niece would love this book!

  16. Tim Deeter says:

    i would like it for my kid

  17. Margaret Smith says:

    I think that my daughter would love this book.
    Thanks so much

  18. charlene elswick says:

    My niece and nephew would like word of mouse

  19. Charlene S. says:

    My son would enjoy reading this book.

  20. Kim Henrichs says:

    I would love to give this to a girl I work with whose little one is at an age where she is trying to hard to teach manners to and get it to sink in!

  21. shelly peterson says:

    My grandsons would love this book.

  22. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I know my son would love Word of Mouse!

  23. Cynthia R says:

    I think my niece and nephew would love to read this book.

  24. Lauren says:

    My son would like this book.

  25. Steve Weber says:

    Any of my nieces would love this book.

  26. Will G says:

    I think my nephew would love it!

  27. Fiona N says:

    I think my nieces, and son would love Word of Mouse
    Thank You

  28. Ellie Wright says:

    My grandsons would love it.

  29. harold says:

    It would be great for my Grandson.

  30. Julie Cutshaw says:

    Hi Crystal, what a wonderful story book. I know my great twin nieces and nephews would love reading “Word of Mouse” . As I read your interpretation of the story and the little mouse Issiah , it sorta reminded me of the animated movie long long ago called “An American Tail made in 1986. Do you recall that one? It was very similar in story, though a different location. Our daughter (Crystal) was just five yrs old then and like this book, it helped her to learn bravery, and other life lessons through a great story. My twin great niece and nephew, would enjoy this story and be reminded that it’s ok to be different even though everyone seems to compare a set of twins. And they love to read together. So good to stop by your blog again. When I saw this post flow through my newsletter via email, I knew I had to stop by and read more Merry Christmas to you all and great blessings.

  31. vickie couturier says:

    this would be for my tween grandson who loves to read

  32. Rachel says:

    I think my nephew would love this book!

  33. Barbara Montag says:

    I have grand kids who would love Word of Mouse!
    thank you

  34. Jaque Richards says:

    My daughter would love the Word of Mouse! ???? Thank you.

  35. Mita says:

    My Niece would like this book.

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