By Poppy Green, Jennifer A. Bell

ISBN-10: 1481428349

ISBN-13: 9781481428347

During this first of a captivating sequence a few little mouse and her wooded area associates, Sophie Mouse needs to persuade her classmates—and herself—that a brand new scholar is not anything to worry. whether he's a snake! Readers will take pleasure in The Adventures of Sophie Mouse!

In the 1st booklet of The Adventures of Sophie Mouse, springtime has arrived at Silverlake woodland! The animals are popping out in their houses, buds are blooming at the bushes, and the air smells of honeysuckles and tree bark. Sophie Mouse can’t wait to return to varsity after the lengthy iciness break.

Even larger, there’s a brand new scholar in class—Sophie loves assembly new animals! however the category gasps whilst Owen enters: he’s a snake! nobody is fearless sufficient to sit down close to him, or play with Owen at recess, or maybe check with him. Can Sophie support her neighbors take into account that Owen’s no longer frightening after all?

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on virtually each web page, the Adventures of Sophie Mouse bankruptcy books are ideal for starting readers.

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I did not want to look at what had been the snake. We rode on to the line fence and found where the Drum sheep had crossed; it looked as if stones had been pulled out of the wall recently. We spent the morning rebuilding the wall there and in nearby places where it could use a bit of mending. I was still so incredulous of what I had done that I could not think about it, and was taken by surprise when, that evening, my father spoke of it to my mother. He was brief and dry, as was his way, and it took her a little while to understand that he was telling her that I had shown my gift and maybe saved his life by doing so.

Oh, I've seen him before," she said, utterly dismissing that subject. "It was for a big hunt. Elk. They wanted us to bring the herd that comes down the Renny from Airnside. They had six crossbowmen. Mother wanted me to come. She wanted me to call the elk. I didn't want to. But she said I had to. She said people wouldn't believe I had the gift if I didn't use it. I said I'd rather train horses. She said anybody can train horses, but they need us to call the elk. ' So I went with the hunt. " She seemed to be watching the elk come pacing to her through the air, on our high perch.

Le Guin - Gifts 49 his seat on the horse, all in a moment. Greylag made a big, four-footed hop away from the adder. It lay on the stone like a cast-off sock, limp and misshapen. Alloc and I both sat on our horses staring, frozen, our left hands out stiffly pointing at the snake. Canoc quieted Greylag and dismounted carefully. He looked at the ruined thing on the rock. He looked up at me. His face was strange: rigid, fierce. "Well done, my son," he said. I sat in my saddle, stupid, staring. " said Alloc, with a big grin.

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