by Jim Aylesworth Illustrated by Barbara McClintock
When a little boy loses a mitten in the snow, a passing squirrel finds it's the perfect place to warm his icy toes. So he sqe-e-e-e-zes inside. But he's not the only animal with that idea. How many animals can fit inside a little boy's mitten? Aylesworth's rollicking rhyming refrains and McClintock's delightfully expressive characters are sure to make this book everychild's storytime favorite.
- 6, 7, 5
- Interest Level
- Grades K - 2
- Grade Level Equivalent
- Lexile Measure
- Book Type
- Read-Aloud Book
- Fables, Folk Tales and Myths, Poetry and Rhymes
About the Author and Illustrator
Jim Aylesworth Children's author Jim Aylesworth uses the elements that kidslike in a story, such as loud sounds, rhythms, and rhymes.
Barbara McClintock Read about how Barabara McClintock became a children's illustrator whose work on The Heartaches of a French Cat caused it to be recognized by the New York Times.
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