The House of Sylvestermouse
Most people say “Eek!” if they see a 'mouse'. But the resident Mouse-in-the-House of Review This! is a special and much loved lady known as SylvesterMOUSE.
If you are curious how Sylvestermouse got her name, read her delightful story here. Yes, it involves a real-life mouse!
Plush Toy Mouse
|Mindy the Plush Toy Mouse|
Mindy is an Amigurumi-style toy mouse who measures 6 x 5 inches -- a nice roly-poly roundness that is just the right size for little hands to hold. Babies love to grasp the ears and feet and use them for teething!
A Mouse on the Table
Cute Kitchen Combo Set
|Crochet Mouse Hot Pad & Matching Potholder|
The mouse hot pad comes with a matching blue and red potholder for your cooking chores. Crocheted of ombre yarn, the color pattern changes throughout. The back and the front have different designs. Potholder measures 6 x 7 inches.
How Did the Computer Mouse Get It's Name?
Douglas Engelbart created this special tool in 1968 to help people navigate graphics-filled computer screens. The first 'mouse' was a small wooden block on wheels with a long cable sticking out of the back, making it look like a tail. One of Mr. Engelbart's researchers called the tool a mouse ~ and the name stuck! There are scientific and technical explanations for how this all works, but us ordinary computer-users are just happy that we can roam around our computer screens with a simple motion of the hand. We'll leave understanding the technology to the experts!
|Wireless Mouse by Logitech|
Have a fun 'Mouse' Day
So, put August 28 on your calendar to celebrate the many mice in our Mouseland Review and acknowledge Race Your Mouse Day!
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