Batmouse

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: QED Publishing

Review

Pip is a little mouse with a lot of ambition. He wants to be a bat, just like Albert, but his cardboard wings crash land every time. When Albert offers him a juicy moth to crunch, Pip decides he may not be a Batmouse after all. And following an exciting flying adventure, poor Pip feels rather dizzy and a little bit scared.  As Albert soars into the night sky, Pip spots a mole digging up through the soil. Now he wants to be a Molemouse…

An endearing story about an imaginative mouse with identity problems! Pip discovers that sometimes, being different is unexpectedly difficult, but undaunted, he continues to dream.

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