Mouse Mischief by Margaret Greaves
  

Synopsis

Mouse Mischief by Margaret Greaves

* A beautiful new edition of a classic tale from both the author and illustrator of The Mice of Nibbling Village * Wonderfully detailed illustrations with a heritage feel * A beautifully produced hardback with cloth binding feature It's Lucy Mouse's wedding day in Nibbling Village and little sibblings Libby, Amanda and Pipkin cannot help causing mischief, even when they try to help! A charming tale of mouse mayhem and fun. Approx: 500 words Age range: 2-5 years

Reviews

[A]delightful mouse-centric collection of poems. -- ThroughtheLookingGlass.com on Mice of Nibbling Village

About the Author

Margaret Greaves was the acclaimed author of many books for children including Once There Were No Pandas and Cat's Magic. Jane Pinkney has always loved to paint. While living on a farm where mice had the run of the house and barn, she began to include them in her pictures. Now she lives near the North Yorkshire Moors in a very old house that is similar in detail to many of the illustrations in this book.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Margaret Greaves
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Publisher

Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books

Publication date

6th September 2012

ISBN

9781843652236


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