Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse: A Tail of the U.S. Supreme Court

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VSP Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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"Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse" teaches children about the judiciary branch of government through Chief Justice Marshall Mouse and his fellow justices on the Supreme Court of the United Mice of America. Written and illustrated by Peter and Cheryl Barnes.

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User Review  - Mandy - Goodreads

The Supreme Court's job is to protect everyone's rights granted by our Constitution. Often those rights go into question and the Supreme Court has to help make decision. The process is told in a fun way using mice who are told what kind of cheese to eat each day. Is that right/fair for all mice? Read full review

Review: Marshall the Courthouse Mouse

User Review  - Goodreads

The Supreme Court's job is to protect everyone's rights granted by our Constitution. Often those rights go into question and the Supreme Court has to help make decision. The process is told in a fun way using mice who are told what kind of cheese to eat each day. Is that right/fair for all mice? Read full review

Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Barnes is a writer who specializes in educational books for children about special and historic places. He is a journalist and broadcaster who reports on public policy issues in Washington, DC.

Barnes is an illustrator with a background in architecture. She specializes in educational books for children about special and historic places. She works for a nonprofit organization, The Wheelchair Foundation.

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