Enormouse by Angie Morgan
  

Enormouse

Written by Angie Morgan

3+ readers   5+ readers   

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A funny and charming picture book about being different, a perfect for read-aloud picture book with a reassuring ending.

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Synopsis

Enormouse by Angie Morgan

Enormouse is bigger than all the other mice in the mousehole - and he looks different too. He is teased by the other mice, even though he takes care of them, and when the mice find a picture of a rat they all decide that Enormouse is actually a rat. Poor Enormouse leaves the mousehole and goes to join the rats. But what he discovers is that looks aren't everything. The rats are dirty and untidy, and he is not at all like them. Now he realises where his true home lies...Meanwhile the mice have also realised their mistake. They miss Enormouse and set out on a dark and dangerous journey to find their friend and bring him home.

Reviews

'Aside from the attractive illustrations, is a great story about integration in society and a celebration of difference | Well done Angie Morgan - a great story with a fantastic message.'

!...It's a book that's well done. It's fun to read or have it read to you, and it's fun to look at because the pictures have been drawn with an adult eye, including lots of details that will make caregivers smile even if the little ones don't notice all the subtleties

... Well done Angie Morgan - a great story with a fantastic message.

!...It

s well done. It

s fun to look at because the pictures have been drawn with an adult eye, including lots of details that will make caregivers smile even if the little ones don

; about being true to yourself and finding out where you truly belong - even if you look a bit different.

About the Author

Angie Morgan

Angie Morgan has been writing and illustrating books for children since 2010. She lives in Bath with her husband and (currently) four chickens and likes gardening, car karaoke, frothy coffee and oranges. She also collects bright coloured notebooks which she carries everywhere as she never knows when inspiration will strike.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Angie Morgan
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Author's Website

www.angiemorgan.co/

Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

7th August 2014

ISBN

9781847805263

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