Publish date: August 1st 1999
Publisher: MacMillan Children's Books
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Picture Books
The mouse is a smart fellow. He keeps running into animals who want to eat them, but tell them he is meeting the Gruffalo and explains how big and scary he is so they will leave him alone. But then, he finds a Gruffalo. What will happen next? Lexile Measure: AD510L I would use this with an activ...
Who wouldn’t love to eat a mouse? If you lived in a forest, a owl, a snake or fox would love to get their hands on a tasty mouse but if there is a gruffalo nearby, there is no way a gruffalo would let these animals eat a mouse. The gruffalo which mouse describes is one terrible creature that looks h...
While the blurb was pretty clear on what happens, I was still expecting more when that blurb part was over.Sadly, it just turned out to be really boring and bland. I was hoping the mouse would do something fun with our Gruffalo, or that the name-sake of this book would have a bit more of a spotlight...
A little mouse goes on a walk through the woods and has encounters with three animals that want to eat him. He runs into a fox, an owl, and a snake. He tells each of them that he is meeting a gruffalo (a grizzly bear/ buffalo) near by, which he made up. He tells them that the gruffalo likes to eat f...
The Gruffalo is about a woodland creature that has very scary features. Mouse goes around the forest scaring the other woodland creatures by telling them that The Gruffalo snacks on their kind. Mouse scares all of the creatures in the woods, but one day The Gruffalo shows up. Mouse becomes scared, a...