Babymouse #17: Extreme Babymouse Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-07-11 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 14 user ratings

" Babymouse wants to hit the slopes! She wants to be like evryone else. Will she learn to follow her inner voice? This is a good book. The book says,"I guess sometimes it's good not to be like evryone else." I think it sends a good message to children in regards to trying to fit in. " said.

" Part of a light, funny graphic novel series for children grades 2-4, following a little girl mouse through the trials and tribulations of growing up. Lots of pink. In this one, Babymouse goes snowboarding for the first time and learns something about bragging. " said.

" Babymouse continues in a face your fears story with snowboarding and the slopes at the center. In the end we have a nice message about knowing your limits. Accessible graphic novel to put into the hands of the reluctant reader so they might venture into the other titles in this series. " said.

" Now my all-time favorite Babymouse - could be because I'm totally biased since I love the snow, mountains, and especially snowboarding. :) and an appearance by Lunch Lady! But overall, I love that yet again Babymouse is taking a risk at trying something new, and in the end listens to her "inner voice." I loved it. " said.

" "I guess sometimes it's good not to be like everybody else"Everybody is going snowboarding on the weekend. Babymouse wants to go, too, but she's a beginner. Should she hang with the others who are taking the more dangerous hills? Or should she listen to her "inner voice" that is telling her she's not ready for that challenge yet?A great message for young students. " said.

" Extreme Babymouse by Jennifer L. Holm & Matthew Holm - Oh my goodness, I never tire of reading Babymouse books! This one was a fantastic example of how to deal with peer pressure, listen to your inner voice, and have fun in the process... I love the voices in the story and love the strength of the storytelling still on book 17. I also love that numerous boys and girls are huge fans of Babymouse and Lunch Lady in my school, celebration to reading graphic novels! " said.

" Everyone is going snowboarding. Babymouse gets to go too, but her trip isn't as cool as Felicia's, nor as her own fantasies. I particularly loved the ending.The one thing I really miss, though, is a best friend. It doesn't have to be Wilson, she can have someone else, but he books seem to be all about Babymouse versus Felicia, and I'd like to see more of the friends she does have.Library copy. " said.

" • I liked that it used humor to show fear when Babymouse. Also the author used relatable nursery rhymes like humpty dumpty and the ugly duckling. However, I would not use this in my classroom due to the immature level. • Guidance lesson on peer pressure or fitting in with others, this is more a female directed book, Grades 1-3• (2013, Oct 7). Horn Book Guide. " said.

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