History Literature / IfYouGiveAMouseACookie

5th Nov '15 8:34:49 PM JMQwilleran
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In 2015, a cartoon based in the original book was released as part of Creator/{{Amazon}}'s sixth pilot season. It was written, developed and executive produced by Ken Scarborough, known for ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}''.
25th Aug '15 8:48:55 PM NWolfman
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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: All but the first book alliterated the animal with the food.
21st Jan '14 8:07:12 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* InterspeciesFriendship



* InterspeciesFriendship
20th Aug '13 3:19:36 PM gallium
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''If You Give a Mouse a Cookie'' is a children's picture book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie]]. The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler:once again, wanting a cookie]].

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''If You Give a Mouse a Cookie'' is a children's picture book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie]]. The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler:once once again, wanting a cookie]].
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* [[spoiler:HereWeGoAgain: The last page has the mouse, once again, wanting a cookie (to go with his glass of milk).]]

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* [[spoiler:HereWeGoAgain: HereWeGoAgain: The last page has the mouse, once again, wanting a cookie (to go with his glass of milk).]]
27th Nov '12 11:42:51 PM BobbyBrown
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1st Apr '12 8:58:33 PM RG
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The many, many sequels (''If You Give a Moose a Muffin'', ''If You Give a Pig a Pancake'', ''If You Give a Bear a Brownie'', ''If You Give a Cat a Cupcake'', " If You Give a Dog a Donut") all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variations on the animal and food item.

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The many, many sequels (''If You Give a Moose a Muffin'', ''If You Give a Pig a Pancake'', ''If You Give a Bear a Brownie'', ''If You Give a Cat a Cupcake'', " If ''If You Give a Dog a Donut") Donut'') all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variations on the animal and food item.
1st Apr '12 8:57:49 PM RG
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''If You Give a Mouse a Cookie'' is a children's picture book by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie]]. The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler:once again, wanting a cookie]].

The many, many sequels (''If You Give a Moose a Muffin'', ''If You Give a Pig a Pancake'', ''If You Give a Bear a Brownie'', ''If You Give a Cat a Cupcake'') all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variations on the animal and food item.

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''If You Give a Mouse a Cookie'' is a children's picture book written by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie]]. The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler:once again, wanting a cookie]].

The many, many sequels (''If You Give a Moose a Muffin'', ''If You Give a Pig a Pancake'', ''If You Give a Bear a Brownie'', ''If You Give a Cat a Cupcake'') Cupcake'', " If You Give a Dog a Donut") all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variations on the animal and food item.
20th Jan '12 9:41:18 AM moriwen
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* InterspeciesFriendship
20th Jan '12 9:37:45 AM moriwen
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* ABoyAndHisX: A boy and his mouse.
20th Jan '12 9:27:17 AM CorahsUncle
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--> -- ''If You Give A Mouse A Cookie''

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie is a children's picture book by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless, yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie.]] The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler: once again, wanting a cookie.]]

The many, many sequels (If You Give A Moose A Muffin, If You Give A Pig A Pancake, If You Give A Bear A Brownie, If You Give A Cat A Cupcake) all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variation on the animal and food item.

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--> -- ''If You Give A a Mouse A a Cookie''

If ''If You Give A a Mouse A Cookie a Cookie'' is a children's picture book by Felicia Bond. Each page has a large, colorful picture and short sentence telling the story of a (nameless, (nameless yet, oddly, eponymous) mouse and an equally nameless boy. The story starts, naturally, with the boy [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin giving the mouse a cookie.]] cookie]]. The story goes on from there, with the mouse needing a new item on each page. It ends up with the mouse, [[spoiler: once [[spoiler:once again, wanting a cookie.]]

cookie]].

The many, many sequels (If (''If You Give A a Moose A Muffin, If a Muffin'', ''If You Give A a Pig A Pancake, If a Pancake'', ''If You Give A a Bear A Brownie, If a Brownie'', ''If You Give A a Cat A Cupcake) a Cupcake'') all [[SameStoryDifferentNames follow approximately the same plot]], with variation variations on the animal and food item.
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!! If You Give A Mouse A Cookie contains examples of:

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\n!! If You Give A Mouse A Cookie This book contains examples of:



* [[spoiler: HereWeGoAgain: The last page has the mouse, once again, wanting a cookie (to go with his glass of milk).]]

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* [[spoiler: HereWeGoAgain: [[spoiler:HereWeGoAgain: The last page has the mouse, once again, wanting a cookie (to go with his glass of milk).]]]]
* NamelessNarrative
* SecondPersonNarration




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