Maestro Mouse by Peter W. Barnes
And the Mystery of the Missing Baton

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...Scott Hennesy and Joe Lanzisero play the same premise more skillfully in The Cat’s Baton Is Gone (2012). Audiences can skip this amateur hour at the National Symphony.
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Maestro Mouse, the world's greatest conductor, makes an unfortunate discovery when he takes the stage to lead his orchestra—his baton is missing! The children in the concert hall rush to search for it in section of the orchestra, learning about each instrument as they go along. Will they find the lost baton in time for the concert to begin?
 

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Peter and Cheryl Barnes are the author/illustrator team behind many books featuring animal characters that teach children about history and government, including the bestselling House Mouse, Senate Mouse, which teaches how Congress makes our laws, and Woodrow, the White House Mouse, about the White House and the job of the president. Peter is a journalist and broadcaster who reports on public policy issues in Washington, D.C. Cheryl is an illustrator with a background in architecture. They live in Alexandria, Virginia, have two grown daughters, and are very proud grandparents of Tristan James Joyce.
 
Published May 6, 2013 by Little Patriot Press. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography, History. Fiction
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on Mar 27 2013

...Scott Hennesy and Joe Lanzisero play the same premise more skillfully in The Cat’s Baton Is Gone (2012). Audiences can skip this amateur hour at the National Symphony.

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