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subway mouse

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Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mice -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Subways -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Mice -- Fiction,
  • Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction,
  • Subways -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Remembering childhood stories of a beautiful but dangerous place called Tunnel"s End, a mouse named Nib leaves his dirty, crowded home under a busy subway station and sets out on a long journey, joined by Lola, a mouse he meets along the way.

    Edition Notes

    Originally published: Ontario : Scholastic Canada, c2003.

    StatementBarbara Reid.
    GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.R2646 Su 2005b
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3439962M
    ISBN 100439774306
    LC Control Number2005299607
    OCLC/WorldCa59671974

    The Subway Mouse Lesson Plan | Scholastic Use this lesson plan for The Subway Mouse during a unit on transportation, and start conversations about why people choose public transportation and why some places may n.


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When his cousins decide to move into his nest, Nib decides to search for Tunnel's End/5. The Subway Mouse is one of Barbara's newer books.

Beautifully illustrated in clay, this book is sure to capture the attention of children while still being interesting for the parent as well. The story has small words so it would make a good reader for by: 2.

A little mouse on a big adventure. Nib lives deep beneath the city, in a subway station the mice call Sweetfall. By day the trains thunder past.

At night, the old mice tell stories of the mythical land known as Tunnel’s End, where the air is sweet and the nests soft, but where scary, mouse-eating monsters roam. The Subway Mouse is one of Barbara's newer books. Beautifully illustrated in clay, this book is sure to capture the attention of children while still being interesting for the parent as well.

The story has small words so it would make a good reader for children. Barbara has several other childrens books out all of which are illustrated with clay.4/5(20).

Book Reviews. The Subway Mouse. by Barbara Reid. Nib is a mouse who lives in a subway tunnel. One day he decides to leave his nest, family, and friends to try to find the legendary “Tunnel’s End.” Some mice say it is only an “old mouse tale,” but Nib is persistent and sets off alone.

He meets a mouse named Lola who teams up with him. Directions. Step 1: Ask students if they have used public transportation age a discussion about different kinds of public transportation and reasons why people use them.

Step 2: As you read aloud The Subway Mouse, p oint out the subway system, concentrating on the subway cars. Step 3: Begin the project by placing the refrigerator boxes on their sides, end to. Barbara Reid reads from The Subway Mouse.

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Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 2. Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Created by TeachingBooks. Create Lesson Share. Related Book Resources. Lesson Plan The Subway Mouse Lesson Plan Use this lesson plan for The Subway Mouse during a unit on transportation, and start conversations about why people choose public transportation and why some places may.

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One day, Nib decides to set off, away from his dirty, crowded home, to find his dream. Summary. Nib lives deep beneath the city, in a subway station the mice call Sweetfall. By day, the trains thunder past. At night, the old mice tell stories of the mythical land known as Tunnel’s End, where the air is sweet and the nests are soft, but where scary, mouse-eating monsters roam.

Get this from a library. The subway mouse. [Barbara Reid] -- Remembering childhood stories of a beautiful but dangerous place called Tunnel's End, a mouse named Nib leaves his dirty, crowded home under a busy subway station and sets out on a long journey.

(Picture book. ) Bits of real litter and found bric-a-brac in Reid's plasticine subterranean scenes add an air of authenticity to this grand tale of a mouse who leaves his cozy subway station nest to find the fabled "Tunnel's End." Sparked by elders' stories of beauty and danger in a roofless land, young Nib sets off into the dark Author: Barbara Reid.

The newest from Barbara Reid: the story of a young mouse living in the subway, who dreams of the magical world called Tunnel's End.

Nib is a subway mouse. As a young mouse, he loved to hear the stories about Tunnel's End: a beautiful yet dangerous, roofless world. One day, Nib decides to set off, away from his dirty, crowded home, to find his dream. The subway mouse. New York: Scholastic Press. This picture book is the story of Nib, a mouse who lives in a mouse community deep in the subway.

He is on an adventure and is at first happy with the treasures he has collected from the subway platform. He tires of his home though, and sets out for the mythic Tunnel¿s End.4/5(3).

Get this from a library. The subway mouse. [Barbara Reid] -- Nib, a mouse, lives deep beneath the city in a subway station the mice call Sweetfall. After hearing stories about a mythical land called Tunnel's End, where the air is sweet, the nests soft, and.

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Her books have won every major children's book award, and in she became the first Canadian to win the UNICEF-Ezra Jack Keats International Award for Excellence in Children's Book Illu. The Subway Mouse has been honoured as a Blue Spruce nominee, a Governor General's Literary Award Finalist and a recipient of the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award.

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The Subway Mouse is one of Barbara's newer books. Beautifully illustrated in clay, this book is sure to capture the attention of children while still being interesting for the parent as well. The story has small words so it would make a good reader for children. Barbara has several other childrens books out all of which are illustrated with clay.5/5(4).

Originally published: Ontario, Canada: Scholastic Canada, © Remembering childhood stories of a beautiful but dangerous place called Tunnel's End, a mouse named Nib leaves his dirty, crowded home under a busy subway station and sets out on a long journey, joined by Lola, a mouse he meets along the wayPages:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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Editions for The Subway Mouse: (Hardcover published in ), (), (Hardcover published in ), (Hardcover p Cited by: 2. The newest from Barbara Reid: the story of a young mouse living in the subway, who dreams of the magical world called Tunnel's End.

Nib is a subway mouse. As a young mouse, he loved to hear the stories about Tunnel's End: a beautiful yet dangerous, roofless world. One day, Nib decides to set off, away from his dirty, crowded home, to find his Author: Barbara Reid. Have you ever almost gotten run over by a subway.

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The subway mouse. New York: Scholastic Inc. Summary: A young mouse named Nib grew up on the tracks of a subway, dreaming of Tunnel’s End. Tunnel’s End was the outside world with all of its dangers and beauties.

One day Nib’s cousins move in and take over Nib’s nest. Nib then decides to find Tunnel’s End. The mice in London's Underground, and many other subway systems around the world, rely on human litter to survive, meaning epic mouse clashes Author: Brandon Specktor.

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Barbara Reid puts so much detail into her plasticine art, using 4/5(16). Photo of 2 mice 'fighting' on subway platform wins award Photographer Sam Rowley said he waited five days for that shot.

By. Meredith Longo. FebruPM. 4 min read. 4 min : Meredith Longo.This Introduce Vocabulary: The Subway Mouse Lesson Plan is suitable for Kindergarten - 3rd Grade. Learners explore language arts by reading a children's book in class. In this story vocabulary lesson, students read the book The Subway Mouse and identify the use of specific vocabulary words/5.