Marcello Mouse and the Masked Ball by Julie Monks
  

Synopsis

Marcello Mouse and the Masked Ball by Julie Monks

In the deepest, darkest corner of Venice a lonely mouse called Marcello longs for the music and excitement of a masked ball, but there's just one problem. Marcello is not invited! But with a leap and a hop and a flick of his tail (and a rather cunning disguise) he bravely slips into the GrandPalace. A dangerous decision for a little mouse, to gatecrash a pussycat ball...

About the Author

Julie Monks was born and grew up in Nottinghamshire. She spent her childhood drawing, together with her sister, the illustrator Lydia Monks. Julie went on to study illustration at Kingston University in Surrey and has since written and illustrated many children's books, including SNOW WHITE (Scholastic) written by Joyce Dunbar and WINTER MAGIC (Scholastic), winner of the Best British Illustration Award in the picture book category, 2004. Julie now lives in Paris and divides her time between writing, illustrating and teaching in various art schools. This is her first book for Macmillan.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Julie Monks
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Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

4th February 2011

ISBN

9780230703834


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