Mouse Scouts: Make A Difference is a continuing part of this charming series of books about mice in a Girl Scouts like group, with each book focusing on their efforts to earn a particular badge. Each cute character needs to learn to help one another to overcome the challenges they face, while they (and us) learn a little along the way. In this book, the Acorn Scout girls must decide how they can make a difference, and decide to clean up a park. It's hard work, and a little gross, but they learn to reuse and recycle when they weave a basket to help with the work. But what will they do when a cat comes to the park — but gets stuck in a tree? Can they help? Should they help? Banding together to make new friends is something these darling mice excel at, and something I hope my own daughters will learn from (plus, basket weaving tips!).
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Violet, Tigerlily, and their friends are ready to earn their Make a Difference badge. If only they could agree on what kind of difference they want to make. But when the troop decides to clean up a local park, they find themselves facing an unusual rescue mission. Will the girls be able to make a real difference, or will this badge prove more than the Mouse Scouts can handle?
Brimming with lively black-and-white illustrations—including pages from the official Mouse Scout Handbook, plus diagrams, games, activities, and more—this darling new series is just right for chapter book readers.
Random House Children's Books
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Mouse Scouts: Make A Difference
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
7.00 x 5.56 x 0.39 Inches
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