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"Mew chud tee da ooo cossel ear da ree!"
"What?!" said Bobby!
"Mew chud tee da ooo cossel ear da ree!" said the excited squirrel.
"Squeaky" said Maureen, "please chew your food and don't talk with your mouth full. We can't understand what you just said."
Squeaky the Squirrel chewed up his nuts and swallowed with one big gulp. (You'll have to read the story to find out what the squirrel is trying to tell his friends!)
Join Maurice DeMouse and his furry friends Bobby the Bunny, Squeaky the Squirrel, Stinky Skunk, and mouse friend Maureen as they check out their new home - until Noodles discovers them!
Twenty-four colorful pictures will entertain readers of all ages as Maurice goes on this new adventure.
MAURICE MAKES A STINK FRIEND
*****Review by: Joyce Calo on Nov. 07, 2012: "What a creative book. I am a grandma myself and I can definately see children enjoying this tale. I, myself, found it captivating. I could actually 'see' the plot unfold. The pictures throughout were a plus. Great book for bonding time with your little one."
***Review by: Liz Rich on Nov. 01, 2012: "This story was delightful, I can see the little ones perking up and being very attentive when someone is reading this to them. I look forward to reading more by this author."
SNOWFLAKE, THE TURKISH VAN CAT
Review by: Becky on Jan. 10, 2013: "The best children’s books I have ever come across. Adults will enjoy them as well!!! Great photography and beautiful animals! Thank you Sharon Meyer!!!!!"
ABOUT the Adventures of Maurice DeMouse by Grandma Sharon:
Maurice DeMouse came to life on paper in the winter of 2003 as a result of a little mouse that ran from a fireplace, startling my young grandchildren. Before bedtime, they asked me to tell them a story about the mouse that invaded their home. They were fascinated by "There's A Mouse in My House!" and wanted another story about the mouse ... and another ... and more. Thus came the creation of "The Adventures of Maurice DeMouse by Grandma Sharon" (Sharon E. Meyer).
I hope you will enjoy the Adventures as much as I enjoyed sharing them with my grandchildren.
Sharon E. Meyer ("Grandma Sharon")