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Mouse Noses on Toast

Mouse Noses on Toast When Paul Mouse overhears a customer in a restaurant ordering mouse noses on toast he assumes it must be a joke Mouse noses on toast is a myth isn t it But when the waiter asks if that would be with

  • Title: Mouse Noses on Toast
  • Author: Daren King David Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780399250378
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Paul Mouse overhears a customer in a restaurant ordering mouse noses on toast, he assumes it must be a joke Mouse noses on toast is a myth, isn t it But when the waiter asks if that would be with or without whiskers, Paul knows it s no joke So begins a laugh out loud funny ride involving mouse activists and cheese addicts Along with his friends Sandra the ChristmWhen Paul Mouse overhears a customer in a restaurant ordering mouse noses on toast, he assumes it must be a joke Mouse noses on toast is a myth, isn t it But when the waiter asks if that would be with or without whiskers, Paul knows it s no joke So begins a laugh out loud funny ride involving mouse activists and cheese addicts Along with his friends Sandra the Christmas tree ornament, Rowley Barker Hobbs, a shaggy sheepdog, and the Tinby, a sort of monster, Paul Mouse, who s sadly allergic to cheese, campaigns to bring an end to this disgusting human eating habit This inviting chapter book will keep young readers giggling.

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    1. The British are different from you and I. They have more guts. Guts to do something a little weird, a little odd, a little random. Guts to write some of the most peculiar books out there for kids, and to be having the time of their life while writing them. I've read a million books for children about friendship, moving away, new pets, new siblings, and a host of other overly familiar topics. So once in a while it is a very great relief to pick up a book like Mouse Noses on Toast and to find it t [...]

    2. Delightfully offbeat, written in a way that just begs for Jim Dale or Isaiah Sheffer to read it aloud. I think this one is dividing adult readers, and I would really enjoy some kid-feedback on this book. Us grown ups seem to enjoy it or hate it with little middle ground. I mean, it's a bit bizarre and mixes fantasy/magical realism elements into sophisticated prose. I had fun reading it, and found myself wishing I had a Tinby of my own!

    3. I love mice, and I love stories about mice. This one is offbeat, and mildly funny. I wanted to enjoy it, so I did, but there were a few disappointing moments. As another reader pointed out, we are promised that we will find out why a Tinby is called a Tinby, and we are never actually told. (Chalk this up to the writer's intention if you like, but it's annoying.) Also, Larry tells Paul that he knows a cure for his cheese allergy and will tell him later, but he never does tell him later. The thing [...]

    4. I have a love-hate relationship with British humor. This book is so off-the-wall it falls to the love side. A mouse lives in a Kleenex box with a plastic Christmas ornament and a little metal creature called the Tinby(???). I recommend this book to readers of all ages who enjoy Cartoon Network shows like "Adventure Time," "Regular Show," "Tim & Eric," as well as Nickelodeon classic "Ren and Stimpy."

    5. Hulvaton kertomus Pauli-hiirestä ja hänen ystävistään Enkeli joulukoristeesta ja herra Peltisestä. Paulilla on pienoinen ongelma, hän on allerginen juustolle, eikä kehtaa kertoa sitä hiiriystävilleen. Silti hän käy tapaamassa ystäviä. Erään tapaamisen jälkeen Enkeli päättää palkita Paulin ravintoillallisella. Siellä kaverukset näkevät jotain kauhistuttavaa: ihmiset syövät hiiren päitä! Alkaa taistelu hiirien oikeuksista. Ehdottomasti vinkkausreppuun!

    6. What a hoot!loved every word of this delightfully quirky kids book. The writing and story is pitched just right for the 8 -1o age group and the illustrations are simply perfect. The book has just the right amount of grossness and off the wall humor to keep kids (and adults) amused from beginning to end.

    7. I hated this book so much I skimmed it. Who the heck is it meant for anyway? It seems impressed by its own wit and hipness, yet there's nothing much in it aside from a few bottom jokes to appeal to kids.I suppose that means it'll probably win the Newbery Award next year, or at least a Cybil

    8. Short and sweet, Mouse Noses on Toast is bound to have those of you with slightly twisted senses of humor laughing your noses off! It only took me around a half hour to read, but it was a very happy half hour in which I laughed out loud many times. Mouses Noses introduces us to Paul Mouse who is allergic to, of all things, cheese. (It makes his bottom turn blue and his tail turn up like a question mark.) He doesn't live with the other mice because of this, but instead spends his time with a Chri [...]

    9. Siel värjäytyi hiirulaisilt perskarvat! Khihihii!Daren Kingin "Hiirenkuonoleipiä" (Karisto, 2011) on palkittu brittiläinen lastenromaani, jonka kohderyhmänä ovat helppolukuisista juuri ylipäässeet kakarat. "Hiirenkuonoleipiä" kertoo Pauli-nimisestä hiirestä, joka on allerginen juustolle. Perusidea on siis kohtalaisen mukava, mutta siihenpä se jääkin. Vaikka romaani oli kai tarkoitettu humoristiseksi, en pitänyt sitä erityisen hauskana, sillä vitsi juustoallergian aikaansaamasta [...]

    10. Aloitin lukemisen alkuvuodesta, jätin kesken totaalisen vastenmielisyyden lannistamana, kuuntelin parin vinkkarikaveri kehuja, sain kohderyhmältä kiittävän arvion ja ponnistelin loppuun.En minä silti ymmärrä, miksi tämä on jännittävä - saatika hauska - tai erityisesti pojille? Tai helppolukuinen? Hiirenkuonoleivissä on kummallisia henkilöitä, aika vaikeaa kieltä ilmaistuna lyhyillä lauseilla, muutama hauska heitto, vähän typerää väkivallanuhkaa ja arvattava juoni.Yritän n [...]

    11. Paul Mouse is allergic to cheese. It makes his tail curl into a question mark, his fur fall out and his bottom turn blue. For this reason, he doesn't hang out with other mice, instead keeping company with a Christmas ornament named Sandra and an unidentifiable creature called "the Tinby." But he must take this allergy by the whiskers and spend a little more time with cheese-obessed mice(the author calls them "mouses" which I found annoying and unnecessary) in order to stand up to the horror of t [...]

    12. When Paul Mouse overhears a customer in a restaurant ordering mouse noses on toast, he assumes it must be a joke. Mouse noses on toast is a myth, isn’t it? But when the waiter asks if that would be with or without whiskers, Paul knows it’s no joke. So begins a laugh-out-loud funny ride involving mouse activists and cheese addicts. Along with his friends— Sandra the Christmas tree ornament, Rowley Barker Hobbs, a shaggy sheepdog, and the Tinby, a sort of monster, Paul Mouse, who’s sadly a [...]

    13. This was an odd little book. After reading some of the reviews, I now realize it's written by a Brit, and that could be why I just didn't get the humor in it. I don't always "get" British humor.I thought it was mostly unfunny, a choppy storyline and the ending was bad. HOWEVER, its one saving grace is the dog. I loved Rowley Barker Hobbs. I liked the Tinby as well, but I felt it was never fleshed out what happened to it.Overall, the whole story just didn't come together for me.

    14. Cute, short, and very witty children's book. However, I'm not really sure it is a good book for children. Far too much of the humor is pitched at adults, or children with a very sophisticated sense of wordplay, puns, and an uncommon knowledge of how the adult world works.The story is sweet and endearing, however, and I could easily see this book being read to a small child over the course of several nights.

    15. I was hoping for magically weird but it was more look how clever weird. And actually not even all that weird. I remain fond of Tinby. And I am quite fond of fictional mice. However referring to mice as "mouses" throughout started to irritate on the level of store signs that I have driven by that read "Kiddy Korner Kloset" - which my kids know will set me off on a psychotic rant.

    16. I came upon this book when I was trying to fine a present for my young neice last year. Recently my sister-in-law was asking about how I come about finding the books I've gotten her children because they seem to enjoy them so. So I'm reading it to my daughter now and she seems to be enjoying it also.

    17. Paul Mouse gathers a group of mouse activists to uncovers the mystery behind the delicacy known as "Mouse noses on toast" which is served in a fancy human restaurant.This book was just plain gross and weird.

    18. Reading this one with the kids. Short chapters, cute picsThis was a little weird: a mouse society, humans eating the delicacy of mouse noses on toast, a mouse allergic to cheese, a Christmas ornament who talks

    19. I still never worked out what the hell the Tinby is? Bizarre fable about protest, animal rights and food consumption. Political satire dressed up as a children's story? Maybe. Cute it certainly is though.

    20. Paul Mouse is allergic to cheese. His bottom turns blue,the fur falls off, and his tail goes into the shape of a question mark. This kind of humor may be just right for some kids.

    21. Very, very odd little book and British. Not sure who'll enjoy it, tho there's one or two lines on each page that make me laugh.

    22. The humor and language are very British. A band of mouses (British for mice), a Christmas ornament, and The Tinby protest the human delicacy of mouse noses on toast.

    23. PETA should watch out for MADAMNOTs (mouses, angels, and dogs against mouse noses on toast) a ragtag terrorist cell fighting to save the sniffers of rodentkind from becoming delicacies.

    24. I wanted to like this book and normally I enjoy all things weird & quirky but this was a bit too weird. I had trouble imagining what child I would recommend this to.

    25. This is possibly the weirdest book I have ever read. I'm still not entirely sure if that is a good or bad thing.

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