Enormouse by Rebecca Gerlings
  

Enormouse

Written by Rebecca Gerlings

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This tiny kitten at the heart of this story has some very big ideas! Setting off to join a circus, he comes up with an amazing idea…A mountain of mice standing on one another’s shoulder’s becomes Enormouse, a dazzling act that travels the world and makes the tiny cat famous. A great story with a magnificent open the flap picture of the great Mouse performance.

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Enormouse by Rebecca Gerlings

Long, long ago there lived a kitten. He was tiny. But he had big ideas...When the kitten drops in to a caravan filled with circus squirrels, they do their very best to build him into their act. But the kitten can't quite get the hand of it...However, his big ideas soon become ENORMOUSE, and the kitten - with help from a few mice - conjures up an amazing spectacle that will wow audiences around the world. This is an uplifting tale about the teeny, tiny things the big things are made of - perfect for young readers everywhere. Don't miss it!

About the Author

Rebecca is an experienced children's book editor with a passion for story telling. Enormouse is her first picture book. Rebecca lives and works in London.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Rebecca Gerlings
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Publisher

Egmont Books Ltd an imprint of Egmont Childrens Books

Publication date

4th July 2011

ISBN

9781405248327

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