Little Mouse's Big Secret by Eric Battut

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Shh…! Little Mouse has a secret! He's found a delicious-looking apple and doesn't want to share a bite. So he buries it, and no matter how many of his friends ask what he hid, Little Mouse won't tell.  But when a tree sprouts from the seeds of the fruit, there are enough apples for everyone-and Little Mouse realizes some secrets are even better when they're shared.
 Award-winning illustrator Éric Battut has created a charming picture book that will delight-and teach-children.  Kids will delight in knowing more than Mouse as they watch the apple tree sprout behind himSimple text and illustrations encourage sharing, but avoid preachinessSubtle “green” subtext about the abundance and importance of nature
ÉRIC BATTUT was born in Chamalières, France, where he still lives and works today. After studying economics and civil rights for six years, he went on to study illustration at L'Ecole Emile Cohl in Lyon. He has since created many successful and award-winning books for children.


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E ric Battut is the author and illustrator of more than fifty books for children. After studying economics and civil rights for six years, he went on to study illustration at L E cole Emile Cohl in Lyon. He lives in Chamalieres, France.
Published March 1, 2011 by Sterling. 24 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A sprout… a sapling… page by page, the fruit that Mouse accidentally planted grows into a tree, which blossoms and bears more fruit.

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