Norman the Doorman
From the author of perennial favorite Corduroy comes a charming tale of a marvelously talented mouse.
"Norman is a doorman. He is also a mouse. Most important of all, he is a sculptor, particularly gifted in his manipulation of mousetraps into mobiles. This story, set in a museum, boasts illustrations of rare charm and quality. And the world of art lovers, exhibit openings, and mousedom, portrayed in Don Freeman’s delicious pastels, will enchant children and delight the most sophisticated of parents.”— Kirkus Reviews. This story is about a little mouse who works as a doorman at the Museum of Art. Norman creates a wire sculpture and enters it into the museum art contest. This story would work well as an introduction to an art museum concept or field trip or wire sculpture creation in art class; there are so many concepts this book could be used for, not in the least just for entertaining reading. It is a great little story.
- Collection：Picture Book
- Dimensions：20.3 x 24 x 0.5 cm
- Pages : 64 pages
- Cover : PaperBack
- Age Reference：3-6 years old