A Christmas Tail (book review)

Peter Mouse here: I am so excited to read a lovely review of A Christmas Tail about me and my family, and the twists to our Christmas festivities. Thank you so much. I must get mum to make me some cheesecake treats to celebrate. I must also tell Rupert and Clive.

Gabe Feathers McGee

My blogging friend Helen Ross (who lives in my old stomping ground of Brisbane) has a wonderful children’s book out for Christmas.

Let me tell you about this mousey story.

christmastail

A Christmas Tail

story by Donna Smith and Helen Ross

illustrated by Aaron Pocock

Spider Ink Press

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A Christmas Tail is a charming story written by Donna Smith and Helen Ross about a mouse family living in a doll’s house in an attic.

Melanie, Monty and baby mouse Peter are preparing for the Christmas festivities and a visit by Santa Paws, but when Santa loses his pants you know things aren’t going quite to plan.

This is a traditional Christmas story with a few twists involving unlikely friendships and bumps in the night. The characters are adorable, even the mischievous rat and the accomplice cat.

The illustrations by Aaron Pocock are divine and reveal a first-class talent. He lives…

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Gabrielle Bryden
    Nov 04, 2013 @ 06:40:50

    Thank you very much Peter mouse 🙂 – a pleasure to ‘meet’ you in the blogosphere (I do love cheesecake – hint, hint – especially virtual cheesecake – it’s very good for the digestion when you are a ruminant! ) yours sincerely Merlin the alpaca

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