Run, Little Mouse, Run! by Shirley Isherwood
  

Run, Little Mouse, Run!

Written by Shirley Isherwood
Illustrated by Simon Mendez

Synopsis

Run, Little Mouse, Run! by Shirley Isherwood

One day a little field mouse is woken by a strange noise. The noise is growing louder and louder: a big machine is coming straight towards him. And nothing can stop it! The field mouse must run for his life. But there is danger everywhere. Will he ever find a safe new home?

About the Author

Shirley Isherwood has been writing children's books for many years and this is her first for Little Tiger Press. Shirley lives in Manchester. Simon Mendez studied Scientific and Natural History Illustration at Fylde College in Blackpool. He has also illustrated I Love You, Sleepyhead and Little Bear and the Wishing Tree for Little Tiger Press.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Shirley Isherwood
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

1st January 2009

ISBN

9781845066413


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