Monday, September 8

Muffin Tin Monday - Children's Literature

Let's see 'em! I'm so excited I can hardly stand it.

My tin is based on Mouse Mess by Linnia Riley. It is a charming story of a mouse who creates quite a mess snacking his way through the kitchen. Funny that my girls had no problem doing the same after their lunch and I'm pretty sure they're not mice. See for yourself ~

"Sticky gooey jam to spread with peanut butter smeared on bread."

"Olives, pickles, catsup fun! Pop the tops off one by one."

"Crunch-crunch, he wants a cracker. Munch-munch, a cookie snacker."

Contents: Jam, bread, pretzel sticks, apple, peanut butter, Ritz, pickles, Swiss cheese, olives, mini Oreos, Corn Flakes, cheddar cheese. "Mice"- marshmallows, mini chocolate chips, pretzel sticks, slivered almonds

"Who made this awful mess? asks Mouse. These people need to clean their house!"

Children's Literature Tins

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Her Cup Overfloweth

The 3 Little Pigs
A bit of this and a bit of that

Hello, Ocean
Mama Said There Would Be Days Like This

Bananas in Pyjamas
This Girl Loves to Talk

You are Special by Max Lucado
This Girl Loves to Talk

The Gingerbread Man
Musings of Megret

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
The Brandes Family

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
The Sound you Hear is . . . Living

Brown Bear, Brown Bear by Eric Carle
Capturing Today

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett
Seven Super Summers

The Terrible Eater by Mitchell Sharmat
The Clarks

Mouse Mess by Ellen Walsh
Franny Kate's Creative State

The Hungry Thing by Jan Slepian
On a Whimm

If I ran the Circus by Dr. Suess
Casa Camacho

Harry by the Sea by Gene Zion

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
My Little Gems

Pinkalicious by Elizabeth Kann
Let's Explore

If you give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff
Junior Mints and Reeses

My Moon, Our Moon by Anahita Taymourian
Julie K. in Taiwan

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
The Foods we Love

The Little Engine that Could
Grillos y Canarios

The Hat by Jan Brett
Orthodox Mom
I make mistakes - please let me know if you catch one. I'm getting notorious for posting dead links. . .


Anonymous said...

Here's ours! Didn't know how to send my link other than through a comment....

Elizabeth Lyng said...

I would love to get in on the do I find out what the theme is each week?

Unknown said...

Here's mine...

Thanks so much for this great idea. My kids are absolutely in love!!!

UtahJenny said...

Here's ours - I loved the theme:

We did Goodnight Moon!

Coach Paulette said...

This was great fun - here's ours based on Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Muffin Tin Monday

Becky said...

In the words of my three year old, "Again, Again!". We loved this challenge, way too many books to "chews"!

Annie Scarlett said...

Our Children's Lit. Themed Tin is up. The boys LOVED it (as always).

Anonymous said...

Hi-I didn't do the literature theme as I'm doing this last minute, but what a great idea! I came across your blog from another blog. Here's a link to my blog w/ our muffin tin:

Lisa said...

SO MUCH FUN!!! Our Mouse Paint creation is up!!!

' said...

This was so much fun! Here's our muffin tin!

Bobbi & Noe said...

Hi everyone! My Muffin Tin is ready~ Have a great week.

Anonymous said...

My daughters loved this! Our preschool-at-home theme has so far been 'Seashore'. We have tons of books that work, take your pick! The best are probably Harry by the Sea (Gene Zion) and A House for Hermit Crab (Eric Carle). Thanks for the fun!

mylittlegems said...

so much fun! we did the very hungry caterpillar- please add- our link is
Let's do this one again-it is really fun!

Kristin said...

Really love your last picture - with the mess, excellent tie-in with the book and made me laugh, great ideas, thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

We are finally joining in -- what fun! :) We did Pinkalicious and the girls loved, loved, loved it!

Carrie said...

I didn't get a chance to do ours today, so I'll post it later this week, but our book is HAZEL'S AMAZING MOTHER, by Rosemary Wells.

libby said...

What a clever bunch of ladies. I had a total brain freeze on this one so just did the normal MTM.


Be Brave, Keep Going said...

Seriously ladies, I am blown away by all the creativity. This was so much fun and such fun as well to see all the other tins! It makes me want to do another!!!

Annie said...

This was a fun challenge!! Our tin is up, too.

Dee Light said...

Fantastic!! I soooooo want to play next time. So many great ideas. Thanks for sharing.

Tabitha Blue said...

This was such a great idea! I've done a couple different things with a muffin tin before, but I want to be a part of this!! What are you guys doing next Monday?? I want to join in! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow, people were so creative with this theme! Are we too late to join?

Love your mousey mess ;)

daysease said...

How fun!!! Really loved looking at these ideas for making food fun in literary fashion. so creative, yummy, and CREATIVE!!! wow. WEll, done, all!

Panjo Kids said...

Best MTM ever!!! How did I miss it? I love The Hungry Thing with those mouths over the tins. So great!

Megan said...

Here is our late entry:

Jackie said...

This is so much fun I can barely stand it! I look forward to the next theme of 'shapes' ... how do we submit?
: )

::Sylvia:: said...

Hi, I'm doing an article over at Blissfully Domestic on Muffin Tin lunches and was wondering if you'd mind being featured? Please let me know asap! Thanks so much!

Angela DeRossett said...

AWESOME site... I mentioned you over on mine. What great ideas!!

Road Trippers said...

Oh my GOSH! You women (I think you're all women) are amazing!! I'm not part of the group although every time I look at a book now, I wonder how I can put it into a muffin tin! Seriously!

Anonymous said...

What a great theme! I will definitely be checking back for other ideas!

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