Mousekin s Easter Basket After a harsh winter Mousekin s springtime search for food brings him in contact with brightly colored eggs a white rabbit and other symbols of Easter

  • Title: Mousekin's Easter Basket
  • Author: Edna Miller
  • ISBN: 9780671668037
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
  • After a harsh winter, Mousekin s springtime search for food brings him in contact with brightly colored eggs, a white rabbit, and other symbols of Easter.

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    About "Edna Miller"

    1. Edna Miller

      Born in 1920 and grew up in NYC Later lived in Vermont and Maryland As a child I developed a great love of animals At the zoo in Central Park, I made childish sketches of my favorite animals The Museum of Natural History was my second home.The idea for my first book, Mousekin s Golden House, came to me shortly after Halloween when I had put the family pumpkin outside One evening I noticed a small, white footed mouse exploring the jack o lantern for the few seeds it contained I thought what a fine house it would make for a white footed mouse who forever discards one home and searches for another Edna Miller grew up in New York City near The American Museum of Natural History where the animal exhibits always interested her During her travels in this country and abroad, Mrs Miller has observed the behavior and habits of animal life After completing Mousekin s Christmas Eve, Mrs Miller felt there was only one reward she could give the live mouse she was using as her model He had been well fed and exercised, but a wire cage was no place for a healthy mouse She carried the cage to the woods and opened the door to freedom from the dustjacket of Mousekins s Christmas Eve.

    988 thoughts on “Mousekin's Easter Basket”

    1. I would have loved these lovely little books when I was a child. The specific details of nature (a "white-footed mouse" and a (domestic) rabbit "bigger than a hare, much bigger than a cottontail" would have appealed to my love of learning, and the adventures are just exciting enough but still cozy.

    2. Mousekin stories are always so fun to read. They portray real animal's livesminus the Easter bunny :-) and are fun for the adult reader as well as the toddler listener!

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