Quiet as a Mouse

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Gingham Dog Press, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Poor Molly is so shy that she blushes if another mouse so much as twitches his whiskers at her. When she is invited to a party, she will do anything to stay at home, even pretend to have chicken pox! With her sisters at her side, she agrees to attend and soon gets so caught up in the dancing and the games, that she becomes the life of the party.

Growing Pains is a series of books designed to help young children understand the world around them. Each amusingly told story has a gentle moral lesson and aims to help children deal with new situations in a positive way. The stories are beautifully illustrated, with bold colors and brushstrokes, to charm adults and children alike. Books supplement character education curriculum and can be enjoyed at home or in a classroom setting.

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About the author (2003)

MELANIE MITCHELL has published several novelty-book series in England and the United States. This is her first board book to be published with Walker & Company.
She lives in Wales.

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