The mouse and his child

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Harper & Row, Oct 25, 1967 - Juvenile Fiction - 181 pages
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A wind-up toy mouse and his child, broken and then mended, set out to find the animals and doll house with which they were in the toy shop. Along the way, they make enemies with a dump rat and have many adventures.

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Review: The Mouse and His Child

User Review  - Rhymershouse - Goodreads

I first heard about the movie adaptation of this book, and after watching it and being both completely unsettled and intrigued by the plot, I went in search of the book as I'm a firm believer that ... Read full review

Review: The Mouse and His Child

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

Fantasy of the EB White type but with a more malevolent road for the central characters to follow than Stuart Little had. A clockwork mouse who dances holding his little son is damaged by accident and ... Read full review

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