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Mouse house / John Burningham.

By: Burningham, John, 1936- [author,, illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9780857551771 ; 0857551779 .Subject(s): Mice -- Children's picture books | Mice -- Control -- Children's picture books | Dwellings -- Children's picture books | Families -- Children's picture books | Human-animal relationships -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children.DDC classification: 823.914 Summary: In the house there lives a family- a mum, a dad, a girl and a boy. But they are not alone; a secret mouse family is living there too, who only come out when everyone else is asleep. One day they are spotted and the mouse catcher is called ... Will they escape in time? A story of home and hope from picture-book genius, John Burningham.
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Children's Picture Books B (Browse shelf) Available I2171913
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In the house there lives a family- a mum, a dad, a girl and a boy. But they are not alone; a secret mouse family is living there too, who only come out when everyone else is asleep.One day they are spotted and the mouse catcher is called ... Will they escape in time?A story of home and hope from picture-book genius, John Burningham.

In the house there lives a family- a mum, a dad, a girl and a boy. But they are not alone; a secret mouse family is living there too, who only come out when everyone else is asleep. One day they are spotted and the mouse catcher is called ... Will they escape in time? A story of home and hope from picture-book genius, John Burningham.

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