In a big country, it's not always easy to get everyone to agree on an important issue. So when Miss Tuftmore's second-grade class writes from Moussouri, asking for a law to declare a National Cheese, the Squeaker of the Mouse and the Senate Mouse-jority leader have a lot of work to do. By following these congressmice (who live and work alongside their human counterparts) through the steps they must take, readers will gain a greater understanding of this important aspect of civic life and have a lot of fun while they're at it.
This delightful sequel to the Barnes' popular Woodrow, the White House Mouse, told and illustrated in the same whimsical style, offers another detailed but easy-to-follow explanation of the inner workings of American government. Use it with the Barnes' other books to extend units on Presidents' Day, Election Day, American history, and more!