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My most favorite illustrator of mice is Jill Barklem, but I am always glad to add more to this particular pile.
What are your favorite picture books with mice?
(Though I do own a lot of other mouse kidlit - Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, Stewart Little, The Rescuers...)
I own many more picture books of bigger animals, such as bears, tigers (so so many of these), and lions. I also own a lot of picture books starring rabbits; I'd say I have more books with rabbits than any other animal.
The library was disposing of several books by Monique Felix and I snatched them up.
I do adore Marjolein Bastin's Vera books, and Jane Pinkney did illustrations for The Mice of Nibbling Village.
I'm amazed that only 5 people on LT have a copy of The House that Mouse Built. Go look at Maggie Rudy's webpages and fall in love. I see she has a second book out!
We also like Library Mouse and the sequels quite a bit.
A Tale of Two Bad Mice!! for some reason that's the only Beatrix Potter either of my kids ever really liked....
And at Christmas time, we love Santa Mouse.
There is also The Biggest Pumpkin Ever. Some of the entries in that series are over-contrived but this one is cute.
... and I see that the book aunt page got most of those :)
Incidentally, there is a list of children's mice books that is fun to browse.
I also own Jerry Pinkney's wordless take on Aesop's The Lion & the Mouse, though I don't particularly like the illustrations.
Edit: The Tailor of Gloucester is a fantastic little book about mice! One of my favorites. Can't believe I forgot about it.
These are photos, and each double spread is filled with STUFF, and somewhere on the page, Henrietta is hiding in plain sight. As you follow her inky footprints or the path of destruction, you will notice the multitude of mouse motifs on the objects surrounding her.
Too cute for words!
If you love Jill Barklem's interiors, this book is for you. Karina has created the same kind of warren of haphazard rooms in three dimensions with real objects. My favorite page is Grandpa the Sailor's front porch.
Does this remind you of another piece of art?
Also, Maggie has played with stop action photography to create gifs:
Not a fan of the Asch stories. Too dark.
A Visitor for Bear by Bonny Becker, illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton is a lovable read. Grumpy Bear has a No Visitors sign on his front door. But he is besieged by a cute little visitor who is small, gray and bright-eyed. Adorable.
Her Brambly Hedge books have been longtime favorites for my daughters and me. At some point, 2 inch statues were sold and we have a collection of those we've played with, making woodland dioramas. I've named my property in Kentucky in honor of those illustrations - Brambly Ridge. And I make a blackberry cordial that would be worthy of acclaim at the winter ball.
Riley's technique is labor intensive. Each part is cut from card and then watercolor depth is added by sponge before being assembled onto the black background. Mouse himself is a composite of about a dozen pieces, and he is so graceful and appealing.
Riley also does poster calendars and gift cards.
Mmmm. I got sucked in and ordered one of her 2020 calendars.
The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and THE BIG HUNGRY BEAR
If you're not familiar with it, do seek it out.