Gingerbread Mouse by Katy Bratun

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It's winter, and Mouse is snuggled under the covers in her tiny, cozy home. Then -- CRACK! -- a fallen tree branch ruins her house, and Mouse must find another place to live. With courage, determination, and a lot of resourcefulness, Mouse -- with help from a cheery bearded man in a red suit -- finds not only another house but also a place she can truly call home.

Katy Bratun's warm text and bright illustrations are sure to delight readers young and old.


About Katy Bratun

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Katy Bratun studied illustration at the Art Institute of Boston and has illustrated twenty books for children. She once drew a gorilla in a gondola at a school assembly, which later posed as a character for this book. Ms. Bratun lives in Salem, Massachusetts, with her husband, Steve, and her son, Eric.
Published September 23, 2003 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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On Christmas Eve, Santa provides her with an even better home in a furnished dollhouse, and the little girl of the house leaves her a gingerbread mouse cookie as a present on Christmas morning.

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When a branch crashes into Mouse's home, she must search for new digs.

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