In a faraway land, a little gray mouse leaves his tiny hole in search of a new home. On his journey, he unwittingly encounters some of the biggest stars in the fairytale genre. He discovers a house shaped like a shoe (belonging to Old Mother Hubbard), which he concludes would be too noisy; he dines with a little pig in a house made of straw (awfully breezy); is flummoxed by a tower with no door (Rapunzel's); and dares to take a nibble from a most remarkable house made of gingerbread (narrowly missing Hansel and Gretel). The little gray mouse is about to give up when he comes face to face with the most spectacular house of all: a glorious castle (Sleeping Beauty's). Its ballrooms, turrets, and drawbridge win him over, but he finds himself feeling alone, until- surprise!-his friends from the forest and all those he has met along the way come to the castle, where they feast and dance, and the little gray mouse learns that it is family and friends that turn a house into a home. Children will delight in this fun, rhyming story with all of its rich references to well-known fairy tales.
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ISBN
9780500651377
Publisert
2018
Utgave
1. utgave
Utgiver
Vendor
Thames & Hudson
Vekt
445 gr
Høyde
305 mm
Bredde
226 mm
Dybde
11 mm
Aldersnivå
3-6
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Innbundet
Antall sider
32

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