The Library Mice - top shelf, third book from the left

eBook (PDF), 80 Pages
(5 Ratings)
Price: $8.75
Who is the mysterious Dr. Hoot? What is the curse of the Molewhirtes? Who or what is the O. G. R.? And where is the Cornwall? Find the answers to these questions and marvel at the consequences as you read about the adventures of Ambrose and his family the Library Mice who live high on a shelf in the library of Wildshott Hall the ancestral home of the Figg-Newton family. Delightfully illustrated throughout and complete with map which gives a birds eye view of our little hero’s progress. Written in the much-loved style of 1930’s and 40’s children’s literature but with a modern twist.
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  • By Raymond Perrin
    Jun 19, 2009
    "The Library Mice" Wonderful book, my 11 year old son can't wait for the next installment. Traditional storytelling at its best. Paul West's description of the different scenes are simply beautiful, as are his amazing illustrations which are worthy of a book all on their own. I thoroughly recommend this book to everyone who has had enough of the modern monosylabic writing of most of todays writers. Great for a bedtime story to most kids Ray Perrin, Manchester UK.
  • By stephbb1
    Feb 5, 2009
    "The Library Mice" This book is one I could totally get lost in. It has everything the traditional children's tale should have- the hero, the villain(s) and the satisfying ending that still leaves one begging for a sequel. The illustrations are detailed and heartfelt and it is obvious that the author has great love for his characters. Would make a perfect bedtime story, not just for kids!
  • By Nicole Miners
    Nov 9, 2008
    "The Library Mice" Excellent first chapter. You get lost in the story from the off! I have bought for my young son-but only once I have read it!!
  • By Fatima Contes
    Aug 10, 2008
    "Library Mice" This book is so great, I'm passing it on to other friends and will be recommending it to those who have children although it can be enjoyed by anyone at any age. It has a warm quality to it and displays a sensitivity to animals that is lacking in much of the popular literature of this day and age.
  • By Roy Taylor
    Dec 2, 2005
    "The libary mice" i thought this book from what i saw was very good. It looks as if the main character is about to embark on a very exciting adventure
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Paul West
October 1, 2011
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