Two for Me, One for You
Bear finds three tasty mushrooms on her way home through the woods. Her friend Weasel cooks them up in the frying pan. But the friends have a problem: how to share three between two?
Bear and Weasel each come up with one argument after another for why they should have more: I found them! I cooked them. I’m bigger. I’m still growing…. Until the fox comes around the corner and snatches a mushroom.
That solved the problem. They eat the two mushrooms and it’s time for dessert. Here comes Weasel with the scrumptious wild strawberries, three of them to share…
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Number of Pages||32|
School Library Journal
“A delightful look at sharing and the problems that can result.”—School Library Journal
“This funny friendship fable hits the spot.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Sharing is well-trodden territory, but Mühle’s take is full of woodsy charm.”—Publishers Weekly
Illustrator: Jörg Mϋhle
Jörg Mühle was born 1973 in Frankfurt, Germany, where he works as a freelance illustrator for book publishers and media. He created the widely acclaimed Little Rabbit series of board books.