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by Rumer Godden

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Author: Rumer Godden
ISBN: 0140501703
Language: English
Pages: 63 pages
Publisher: Puffin Books (September 30, 1976)
Rating: 4.7
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Margaret Rumer Godden OBE (10 December 1907 – 8 November 1998) was an English author of more than 60 fiction and nonfiction books. Nine of her works have been made into films, most notably Black Narcissus in 1947

Margaret Rumer Godden OBE (10 December 1907 – 8 November 1998) was an English author of more than 60 fiction and nonfiction books. Nine of her works have been made into films, most notably Black Narcissus in 1947. A few of her works were co-written with her older sister, novelist Jon Godden, including Two Under the Indian Sun, a memoir of the Goddens' childhood in a region now part of Bangladesh.

Martha V. Parravano, The Horn Book Magazine. Rumer Godden has combined imagination and realism to produce a children's book of charm and originality.

Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Martha V. Tiny Bonnie, the littlest mouse in the family that lived in the cracked flower pot in the cellar of Mary's house, crept upstairs to find a place to sleep one night. She found a real mouse house with tiny beds in the miniature house Mary was given for Easter. Bonnie slept in the miniature bed and tipped over chairs and tables when morning came and she couldn't get out.

Mouse House by Rumer Godden: Used. Author: Godden, Rumer. it will give the reader suspense in miniature and sense of comfort

Mouse House by Rumer Godden: Used. Войти в систему для оформления покупки. Оформить покупку без регистрации. it will give the reader suspense in miniature and sense of comfort. - The New York Times "Rumer Godden has combined imagination and realism to produce a children's book of charm and originality. - Globe and Mail "Tiny Bonnie, the littlest mouse in the family that lived in the cracked flower pot in the cellar of Mary's house, crept upstairs to find a place to sleep one night.

Charming and sweet, with a little I really like Rumer Godden's books.

Once upon a time there was a little mouse house. It was like a doll’s. Charming and sweet, with a little I really like Rumer Godden's books.

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Godden, Rumer, 1907-1998; Adams, Adrienne, illus. There is never any room for Bonnie, the baby mouse, in the flower pot, so she goes looking for a new mouse house. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on April 13, 2010.

A New York Times–bestselling novel of the lives, loves, and foibles of five generations of a British family occupying a manor house in Wales

Two English children travel to Italy to rescue their wayward mother from her lover and save their family in this New York Times–bestselling novel. The lives of the two Clavering children, Hugh and Caddie, have been abruptly upended by the bitter divorce of their parents, British Army colonel Darrell and the formerly solid, dependable Fanny. A New York Times–bestselling novel of the lives, loves, and foibles of five generations of a British family occupying a manor house in Wales. For nearly one hundred and fifty years the Quin family has lived at China Court, their magnificent estate in the Welsh countryside. It was like a doll’s house, but not for dolls, for mice  .

There is never any room for Bonnie, the baby mouse, in the flower pot, so she goes looking for a new mouse house.
Comments (7)
Fato
I knew I loved this book when I ordered it on Amazon. I had a magazine sized paperback copy of Mouse House when I was a boy. I ordered it from one of those book clubs that used to sell books to students at school. One day, on the way home from school, I accidentally dropped the book in to a puddle. I was heartbroken, but my mother kept opening the pages as they dried. She saved the book and I enjoy it for years, even with the wrinkled pages. The story and illustrations are both a delight. Sometime during my teenage years, the book disappeared. I don't know what happened to it, but I never forgot the perfect combination of story and drawings. When I discovered it on Amazon, I ordered it right away. This hardcover edition is smaller, but that's just fine. I love the cloth binding and the quality of the paper. I never thought I'd own a copy of Mouse House again and I'm so happy to have it. You and your children, or grandchildren, will love it too.
Voodoozragore
I got mouse house a couple of years after it was first published, after I was finished with it (I read and re-read it many times!), my younger brother and then sister enjoyed it. That copy died long ago, but I’ve now bought it on kindle for my niece and several
Grandkids! The story is as sweet as I remember it to be!
terostr
A childhood favorite I was thrilled to rediscover -- Thanks so much!
Wanenai
Nice book for a collection...fast shipment right after publication.
Not-the-Same
A delightful story. Highly recommended!
NiceOne
While this copy was once a library book, it is WONDERFUL to revisit a story I loved so much as a kid. The illustrations are better than I remembered.
Kanrad
a classic,loved from childhood.
This is special! It has a gentleness, and love of tiny creatures reminiscent of Beatrix Potter. It also depicts real animals as infinitely more beautiful than their toy counterparts, and it reminds us that there is plenty of room to share with...well, take your pick: other animals, other people who may be less fortunate than ourselves. This story is replete with lessons for charity, kindness, tolerance, the wonder of life, the fact that toys - and other gadgets - are really not so important for one's happiness.
The surprise is that it's all so poetic and subtle that there is not a trace of moralistic dogma in the entire story.