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Crafts and Activities for Books by Laura Numeroff


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Laura Numeroff was one of my favorite childhood picture book authors, and she remains a favorite now that I am an adult! She also happens to be the author of the month for the virtual book club for kids! I thought I would highlight three our favorites from her books, as well as activities you can do to go with them!

What is your favorite Laura Numeroff book? Do you have a favorite activity for one of her books?


MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

14 thoughts on “Crafts and Activities for Books by Laura Numeroff”

  1. We love “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie!” I have to try to find some of the other titles and I really need to make some felt cookies!

  2. We loved all her books! Especially “Pig Pancake” and “Mouse Cookie” which we shortened it too as it was requested so many times at bedtime!!! “Moose Muffin” too!

  3. We have been reading “If you give a mouse a cookie” and I have been meaning to make a microwave-cookie with Aarya ( I have never really *cooked* anything with Aarya) but sadly we have had a week of stomach flue, cold and coughs! So waiting for all that to pass! Meanwhile I really like the other ideas you have showcased, lets see if we can do them while he lies on sofa.

  4. I remember reading these books about a million times :)Love Laura Numeroff. By the way, I also really like her Jellybeans series.

  5. The only one I read was If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. I really like the concept although my one gripe is that I wish it didn’t have to be about cookies. My kiddo didn’t eat them when he was really little so I felt weird reading about cookies to him.

    1. I was actually thinking while writing this post that it would be fun to have one about inviting an animal for dinner (and having them help cook). The first book was written in 1985, back when nobody thought much of feeding toddlers cookies!

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