Library Mouse: A Museum Adventure

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Harry N. Abrams, Mar 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Celebrated writer and illustrator Daniel Kirk brings to life the joys of reading, writing, and sharing in this all-newLibrary Mouse adventure. Sam the Library Mouse loves to write, and the children lovehis little books, which heleaves on the library shelves for them to find. But no one at the library has ever met him. When Tom cant find a partner for a book-making assignment and finds Sams secret hole behind the childrens reference section, will the pair be able to work together, or is Sams secret identity spoiled forever? A heartwarming tale about collaboration and creative ambitions, this book will enchant any young aspiring author or illustrator.

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Review: A Museum Adventure (Library Mouse #4)

User Review  - Elaine Heumann - Goodreads

too prescriptive for me, journaling as an essential tool who says. But the pictures that are of masterpieces and then changed to have animal heroes are wonderful. so two stars for the illustrations and none for the story. Read full review

Review: A Museum Adventure (Library Mouse #4)

User Review  - Colleen Vincent - Goodreads

Library mouse returns. Museums and libraries are a marriage made in heaven in my opinion. Another winner from Kirk. The mini protagonist and his friend venture out of the library to view fine works of ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Daniel Kirk has written and illustrated a number of bestselling books for children, including the Library Mouse series, which Booklist praised in a starred review as a “showstopper.” He lives in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. Visit him online at

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