My Son Guest Posts on WORD OF MOUSE by James Patterson (plus giveaway!)

I am partnering with Jimmy Patterson books to showcase his latest mid grade level novel, “Word of Mouse” that released December 12.

Hi I am Isaac, I am 10 years old and I am in 5th grade.  One of the coolest things about my mom’s job is she will get sent books for me to read before they are even released (and we always have lots of painter’s tape laying around).  This month we got sent the new book, “Word of Mouse” by James Patterson.  It is about a mouse named Isaiah (I like that name because it is close to Isaac) who gets separated from his family.  The whole book is about the lessons he learned as he goes through adventures to be reunited with his family.  Each chapter there is a quote.  The quote I picked out is “God gave us acorns but He does not crack them open for us.”  It made me think of all the good things in my life that I have to be grateful for. 

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The top of my list is my family, followed by my humor as a close second.  My name is Isaac, which means laughter.  I love to laugh.

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I really like this book and I think your boy or girl would like it to.  You can order it now on Amazon and wrap it up and put it under the tree from Santa…ahem.  HAHA!

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GIVEAWAY INSTRUCTIONS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE POST….

James Patterson’s newest illustrated middle grade story follows the illuminating journey of a very special mouse, and the unexpected friendships that he makes along the way.

What makes Isaiah so unique? First, his fur is as blue as the sky—which until recently was something he’d never seen, but had read all about. That’s right—Isaiah can read, and write. He can also talk to humans…if any of them are willing to listen! After a dramatic escape from a mysterious laboratory, Isaiah is separated from his “mischief” (which is the word for a mouse family), and has to use his special skills to survive in the dangerous outdoors, and hopefully find his missing family. But in a world of cruel cats, hungry owls, and terrified people, it’s hard for a young, lone mouse to make it alone. When he meets an equally unusual and lonely human girl named Hailey, the two soon learn that true friendship can transcend all barriers.

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To win a copy of this book comment in the post below with who you would give this book to if you won.  This giveaway is open to US residents only.  One winner will receive a copy of this book and a $50 Vista gift card.





Comments

  1. Andrea Honse says:

    This is a perfect book for my son who is starting to read chapter books! We love to read together!

  2. Kelli Nemec says:

    I would give this to my grandson, Keegan. 🙂

  3. Anne Marie says:

    I would love this for my 109 year old grandson – he loves books.

  4. Anne Marie says:

    Oops – I meaqnt 10 year old grandson – who has a 109 year old grandson???

  5. My daughter would love this book.

  6. I would love this for my 11 year old stepdaughter! I’m desperately trying to find HER type of book, but so far she just hates reading completely 🙁

  7. Sandy Narayan says:

    Sounds like a great book. I’d give it to my niece Taylor. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  8. My daughter should read this book!

  9. I would give this book to my kids.

  10. I would gift it to my son Solomon: he would absolutely LOVE it 🙂

  11. What a great job at guest blogging!!
    I think, like you, my son would love this book as well.
    Thank you for your great insights into the book Isaac!

  12. I would give this book to my daughter. I think my son would also enjoy it, so they could share.

  13. Nikki Warner says:

    Halle would love this book. She is a reader unlike my boys.

  14. My son loves James Patterson’s books for kids!

  15. Teri Winters says:

    My second favourite acorn would be my family. This is the reason that I’d give this book to my son. He needs to realize how important the things that mean something to him ARE important.

  16. Sophia cotrill says:

    I would give this book to my 12 year old nephew because I have had many a book get me through my difficult adolescent years.

  17. I would love to give this to my 9 year old daughter. I’m always looking for new books for her.

  18. I would give this to my nephew. He loves to read.

  19. I would add this book to my classroom library so that my students would have a chance to enjoy it!

  20. I would give it to my son.

  21. I think my son would love this!

  22. Susan Christy says:

    My great nephew would love this book – he’s quite a reader!

  23. I would give it to my son

  24. Miriam Prantner says:

    This would be for my 9 year old daughter, it sounds like a story she would love. Thanks for the chance!

  25. Leigh Borders says:

    I would love to give it to my son that is 10. I would also put it in my classroom library so other kids could enjoy it when he is done. it looks like a terrific book! As a reading teacher, I am always looking for one to share with them.

  26. My daughter would love to read this book! I would give it to her.

  27. I would give it to my son. he likes to read but sometimes finding the right book is tough. This looks like it could be a good life lesson and adventure book.

  28. This sounds cute! I would give this to my nephew Jeffrey!

  29. Tabathia B says:

    I would give this book to my younger daughter

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  30. Good job Isaac! I’d give it to Grant of course!

  31. Kelly minier says:

    I would give this to my 11year old son Kaden☺️

  32. i would like to win this for my son

  33. Sheri Overton says:

    I would give this book to my grandson. He loves reading!!!

  34. I would give this book to my 3rd grade son. I think he’d love it!

  35. My son, Lucas, who loves great stories.

  36. What a fun review! Thanks!! I have a 9 year old and an 11 year old who I think would love this! I’ll definitely be adding it to their ‘to read’ list.

  37. I would give this book to my son.

  38. I would give this to my son. we recently read Ralph S. mouse, which he loved, and this sounds similar.

  39. My son – he isn’t into reading at all so I am trying to find a great book that will capture his attention!

  40. Jamison Rozzi says:

    Sounds like a great “read aloud” book for my 11& 8 year old kids! While both kids are independent readers we still enjoy reading to them before bed. We moved across the country this summer and it sounds like there could be some take aways in this book!

  41. Mary Putnam says:

    I would give this to my 11 year old granddaughter. She loves reading and would love this book.

  42. Leigh Borders says:

    I just saw this book in book store the other day. I wish I would have picked it up. I know my son would enjoy this.

  43. My goddaughter would love this!

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