One tiny mouse follows his nose to a Cinco de Mayo festival, where exciting performances and tasty treats await!
Mouse smells some yummy candy in a piñata hung high up in a tree for the Cinco de Mayo festival. He NEEDS to have one! But first he wants to eat some mouse-meal-sized tamale crumbs and watch heel-stomping dancers in bright-colored dresses. Everything will be perfect so long as he stays away from the cat following him down the street.
Now a board book, Cinco de Mouse-o! is the perfect read-aloud for the little explorers in any family. Illustrator Jeffrey Ebbeler uses bright colors to detail a joyous celebration of Mexican-American culture with music, food, and games.
About the Author
Judy Cox is a former elementary school teacher and the author of picture books such as Haunted House, Haunted Mouse and chapter books including Ukulele Hayley, a Bank Street College Best Book, and The Secret Chicken Society, which was nominated for four state awards and named a Best of the Best title by the Chicago Public Library. She lives in Oregon.
Jeffrey Ebbeler has worked as an art director, book designer, and illustrator. He has illustrated lots of terrific books. In a starred review, Kirkus Reviews praised his "feisty full-page illustrations of the world from Mouse's perspective" for Cinco de Mouse-O, another book featuring the furry adventurer from Mouse's Thanksgiving. He lives with his family in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he also plays trumpet and drums in local bands.