Heartbreaker: Babymouse #5
Jennifer Holm & Matt Holm
Random House, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by J. A. Kaszuba Locke
s Valentine's Day approaches, Babymouse's vivid imagination turn to romance. She daydreams of Cupid, chocolates, flowers - and lots of pink. Oops! the school bell rings bringing her back to reality, facing gym, a math quiz, and smelly chemistry class.
er worst real life problem is pesky nemesis Felicia Furrypaws. But not to be deterred, Jennifer and Matthew Holm's heroine forges ahead imagining the upcoming Valentine's Day Dance ... the event conjures exclamations of ohs and ahs from schoolmates for her fab gown, as she's escorted by a handsome
in her role as
. But, whoa! reality again - Babymouse must first receive an invite from a worthy prince in her dreamworld of '
Once upon a time ... there was a beautiful princess ... who had an evil stepmother
he creators once again capture the essence of Babymouse in
. She's always a wannabe
woman of the hour
who reads glam mags for helpful hints - even down to
is another enjoyable
romp for ages four to eight.
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