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Bernard Pepperlin

Bernard Pepperlin characters × 9 Summary Bernard Pepperlin G time He wishes he could follow her and be a part of her adventureAnd as luck would have it a surprising twist of fate sends the Dormouse on an adventure of his own where he must not fall asleep For he is destined to save a magical world outside Wonderland and it will take all his courage and a few new friends to do it. Overall I found this story to be endearing with a uality narrative voice The concept of a modern Alice in Wonderland spin off is intriguing and while this writing style does not uite have the wit and whimsy of Lewis Carroll the book is bolstered by charming and uniue characters While I respect the author didn t try to mimic Carroll s storytelling there was not uite enough individuality for the book to become its own classic But it is still a cute and enjoyable tale that I believe many children will adore As for the writing content I found the descriptions to be sufficient and while I personally would have enjoyed depth to the visuals the usage was consistent and never distracted from the plot The songs and rhymes throughout the book were curious and eccentric and added to the fantastical tone of the story I think the elevated vocab will broaden young reader s minds and there is enough context clues around the terms to not alienate the audience The debate about the philosophy of time is also keen and will intrigue older readers as well And through the book the plot moves swiftly and keeps readers engaged Additionally it was entertaining to see how the animals joined together to prove themselves stronger than their differences However the action seuences do not flow well the writing trips over itself and can become confusing I also found issues with the worldbuilding While I enjoyed the exploration of prey animals way of life and mindset in comparison to the larger hunters and how this parallels children and their perspective of adults the commingling of the animals world and the humans is inconsistent I believe the divide needs to be clearer The book shows that humans are unaware of the intricacies of animals lives and that the realms mirror each other but there are interactions that seem confusing For example the human subway riders seem terrified of Bernard because he is a mouse just as people in our world would react to seeing a wild rodent but then a taxi driver picks up a group of animals and then asks them to leave his cab in exasperation because they cannot pay with human money and he cannot understand them So do the humans understand that the animals are elevated beings or not How do the animals understand technological complexities such as Wikipedia which Mittens mentions but the humans do not seem to grasp that animals have jobs and hobbies There is also a particular scene that was rather bewildering to me The flowers that are being unloaded midway through the novel are described to have screamed when they were beheaded and one of the gang member weasels was said to have the flowers blood on his teeth This diction could be metaphorical but in a fantastical story with personified animals it reads as uite literal To give plants as well as creatures sentience in this world brings new uestions of morality and that scene could be unsettling for young readers In sum Bernard Pepperlin is a fun and uick read that fleshes out one of Carroll s minor characters Although some worldbuilding uncertainties ought to be re examined the book is charming and follows heart warming themes of cooperation and friendship

Summary Bernard Pepperlin

Bernard Pepperlin characters × 9 Summary Bernard Pepperlin Ansported to modern day New York City for the adventure of a lifetime in this middle grade novel that’s perfect for fans of Stuart Little and written by critically acclaimed author Cara HoffmanWhen a girl in a blue dress crashes the Mad Hatter’s eternal tea party the sleepy Dormouse feels awake than he has in a lon. That was a very cute and greatly written little tale about friendship and standing for one another in times of needI really loved all the characters even the weasles And it was great the way the author talked about pets and how their owners see them Our pets are living creatures and we must think of them as whole beings with feeling and personalities of their own

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Bernard Pepperlin characters × 9 Summary Bernard Pepperlin “Bernard and his newfound friends revolutionary rats wise cracking cats and coffee chugging suirrels to name a few will delight and inspire readers of all ages”     Erin Entrada Kelly Newbery Medal winning author of Hello UniverseThe drowsy Dormouse from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is tr. Bernard the dormouse is thrown into the teapot by the Mad Hatter and finds himself swimming in the Hudson River Thus begins his adventures in Manhattan as he attempts to thwart the evil plan of the weasels to stop time For a little mouse he covers a lot of ground via assorted transportation options including the subway a taxicab and a falcon My two favorites are his attempt to cross Turtle Pond in Central Park via the backs of turtles and riding in the cuffs of humans uite entertaining and full of action The weasels really creeped me out but Bernard was a trooper The illustrations in the paperback ARC I received were uite engaging and I anticipate that the finished artwork will be even complementary to the narrative Would make a fantastic classroom read aloud


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    Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Cara Hoffman Cara Hoffman ☆ 9 Free download Summary Bernard Pepperlin Bernard the dormouse is thrown into the teapot by the Mad Hatter and finds himself swimming in the Hudson River Thus begins his adventures in Manhattan as he attempts to thwart the evil plan of the weasels to stop time For

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    (PDF NEW) [Bernard Pepperlin] Î Cara Hoffman Summary Bernard Pepperlin We are huge Alice in Wonderland fans at our house So needless to say I jumped at the chance to receive this free copy of Bernard Pepperlin from Harper Kids thanks so much because it’s the story of the dormouse from the Mad Hatter’s tea party and what could have happened to himLet me just preface this by saying that

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    Cara Hoffman ☆ 9 Free download Summary ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Cara Hoffman (PDF NEW) [Bernard Pepperlin] Î Cara Hoffman Overall I found this story to be endearing with a uality narrative voice The concept of a modern Alice in Wonderland spin off is intriguing a

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    (PDF NEW) [Bernard Pepperlin] Î Cara Hoffman Delightful With wonderful illustrations Hoffman takes some of the familiar elements from Alice in Wonderland and transforms them into a modern adventure through the strange land of New York City Whimsical and full of adventure the

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