There’s a Mouse in My House by Ross Collins - Competition & Digital Activity Pack

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The sequel to Ross Collins’ award-winning favourite, There’s a Bear on My Chair, is here! The tables have turned in There’s a Mouse in My House… and this time it’s Bear who has an unwelcome guest. This fantastic rhyming picture book will get all the family giggling!

Nosy Crow is offering a downloadable activity pack including:
- Downloadable activity sheets – spot the difference and word match
- Downloadable event/competition poster and social media assets
- Downloadable drawing competition entry sheet
- Social media assets

You can find out more about the competition here.

To enter, Nosy Crow are challenging children to design a new jazzy jumper for Mouse using the competition activity sheet. Entries can be submitted via email or post. The competition will be judged by Ross Collins himself who will select 10 top entries to receive the prize. Nosy Crow are giving away ten bundles of Ross Collins’ incredible picture books: There’s a Mouse in My House, There’s a Bear on My Chair, This Zoo is Not for You, What Does an Anteater Eat? and This is a Dog!

The competition will close on 28 February 2021.

We would love to see you using the pack with #TheresAMouseInMyHouse and tagging nosycrowbooks and readingagency.

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