Henry the Very Hungry Mouse by E.H. Hartland

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"A story of a lazy mouse with a big appetite. While Henry is a likable character, the story’s message is unclear. Are readers to conclude that Henry needs to lose weight or that it’s unwise to venture far from home? Young readers will enjoy the alluring illustrations, but the book does little to transcend its premise or redeem its main character."
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Henry the Very Hungry Mouse is about a little mouse that lived in my garden wall. He would eat the seeds from the birds' fat ball, which hung from a hook just outside his front door, and if it was a sunny day, he would sometimes fall asleep there. One windy day, the fat ball was late arriving and Henry was so hungry he tried to pinch the seeds from the bird feeder. In doing so, he came face-to-face with Blackberry, one of my cats.
 

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Published October 30, 2015 by Xlibris UK. 28 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Below average
on Feb 04 2016

"A story of a lazy mouse with a big appetite. While Henry is a likable character, the story’s message is unclear. Are readers to conclude that Henry needs to lose weight or that it’s unwise to venture far from home? Young readers will enjoy the alluring illustrations, but the book does little to transcend its premise or redeem its main character."

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