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Enormouse is bigger than all the other mice in the mousehole - and he looks different too. He is teased by the other mice, even though he takes care of them, and when the mice find a picture of a rat they all decide that Enormouse is actually a rat. Poor Enormouse leaves the mousehole and goes to join the rats. But what he discovers is that looks aren't everything. The rats are dirty and untidy, and he is not at all like them. Now he realises where his true home lies...
About the Author
Angie Morgan trained in Graphic Design and Illustration at Goldsmith s College, London. She uses pastels and watercolour with collage, for her illustrations, working with scanned fabrics and textures. This is Angie Morgan's second picture book for Frances Lincoln, following Daisy's Big Dig.
'Aside from the attractive illustrations, is a great story about integration in society and a celebration of difference... Well done Angie Morgan - a great story with a fantastic message.' The School Librarian "This is the cutest book!...It's a book that's well done. It's fun to read or have it read to you, and it's fun to look at because the pictures have been drawn with an adult eye, including lots of details that will make caregivers smile even if the little ones don't notice all the subtleties" The Bookbag *"This is a charming and reassuring story about friendship; about being true to yourself and finding out where you truly belong - even if you look a bit different." Parents in Touch
For Ages: 3+ years old
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 1st August 2014
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 23.0 x 0.3
Weight (kg): 0.08