The Wizard Mouse

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Harper Collins, Oct 4, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
7 Reviews

A field mouse’s place is in the field—or so say Rollie’s father, his grandfather, and everyone he has ever known.

But Rollie wants something more. So one day, he sets off down the path toward the Kingdom of Muddmoor, not knowing what he’ll find. In the adventures that follow, Rollie encounters many strange and wonderful things, from a talking fish and floating cows to the official Wizard of Muddmoor. But it turns out that what the kingdom needs most may just be the skills of one small field mouse.

Dean Morrissey’s lush paintings and magical story bring Rollie to life as the tiny hero who, with a little courage, makes a huge difference.

  

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Review: The Wizard Mouse

User Review  - Connie - Goodreads

Cute illustrations, not wild about the little mouse who heads for greener pastures and finds a forgetful wizard needs his help. Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

I thought this was a beautifully illustrated book. I wish there was more to the story though. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Dean Morrissey has made up stories to go with his work ever since he first began to paint. Eventually he began writing and illustrating children’s books. The highly successful Ship of Dreams, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book, was published in 1990, followed by The Great Kettles, which won a Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators. His other books include The Christmas Ship, The Moon Robber, The Monster Trap, and The Crimson Comet. Dean Morrissey lives on the south shore of Massachusetts with his wife and son, surrounded by many of the amazing contraptions that are found in his paintings.

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