Reviewed by Bobby L. (age 8)
Ralph S. Mouse is an awesome book! The illustrations are so realistic that the pictures look like they are real photographs! For example, the picture of Ralph in a roll of tape stands out like a real photograph. Ralph is one of a kind. In the book Ralph is not afraid of some people but his family is afraid of people and Ralph has a different personality than other mice. The themes in the book are excellent. They are compassion and courage. In the story Ralph is suffering and Ryan and Brad make him feel better. He also shows courage by going through a long maze and not being scared.
I would recommend this book to elementary school students. Elementary school students would like this book because the book teaches readers who are suffering to feel better. Also the book teaches readers to be kind to each other and it teaches readers not to run away from home. You should really get this book and see what happens in the end.