The House That Mouse Built

The House That Mouse Built

By Maggie Rudy; Pam Abrams; Bruce Wolf (Photographer)

Downtown Bookworks, Hardcover, 9781935703259, 32pp.

Publication Date: March 29, 2011

Description

Welcome to the painstakingly crafted teeny, tiny world of Mouse.

Mouse and Musetta are the sweetest pair of rodents you’ll ever lay eyes on. This is the story of how they met and came to live in a fabulously turned-out loaf of bread. Each lovingly crafted scene is packed with incredible details—from the salt shaker end table to the walnut shell cabinets (with hinges!) to the postage stamp art. Really, how could Musetta resist popping in for a nibble of the cheese that lay on the table, that stood in the house…that Mouse built?



About the Author
Maggie Rudy spent part of her childhood living in England, where she visited Beatrix Potter's farm on a formative third-grade field trip. She has since been making mice and their worlds out of felt and scavenged materials for more than twenty years. Maggie lives in Portland, Oregon, and you can see more of her work at MousesHouses.blogspot.com.

Pam Abrams is the author of CAN YOU PUSH THE BUTTON?, GADGETPam Abrams is the author of CAN YOU PUSH THE BUTTON?, GADGETOLOGY, NOW I EAT MY ABCs, and co-author of THE ONLY BAKE SALOLOGY, NOW I EAT MY ABCs, and co-author of THE ONLY BAKE SALE BOOK YOU'LL EVER NEED. She is also the former Editor of CHE BOOK YOU'LL EVER NEED. She is also the former Editor of CHILD Magazine. ILD Magazine.

Bruce Wolf has been covering Chicago sports on radio and TV for more than twenty years. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.