Mouse and the Moon by M. Christina Butler


Mouse and the Moon by M. Christina Butler

Before Little Harvest Mouse closes his eyes each night, he sings a lullaby to his very own moon. Then, one cloudy evening, the moon disappears. And Little Mouse discovers that he is not the only one looking for her. By the author-illustrator team who created the best-selling Little Hedgehog books (One Snowy Night, One Winter's Day) Mouse and the Moon has stunning sparkling glitter on the moon throughout the book and beautiful, atmospheric illustrations by Tina Macnaughton. A lovely bedtime read to curl up with together, this gorgeous book gently explores the importance of sharing and true friendship.

About the Author

M Christina Butler was born in Scarborough and now lives in Driffield, East Yorkshire. She has written many best-selling books for Little Tiger Press, including the Little Hedgehog books, One Snowy Night, One Winter's Day and One Rainy Day. Gavin Scott lives in Somerset with his partner and little boy. He studied Natural History illustration at Bournemouth Art College before becoming an artist for Hallmark cards. Gavin loves the countryside and draws a lot of his influence from it.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

6th May 2013



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