Miss Mousie's Blind Date by Tim Beiser

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A second book from the award-winning author/illustrator team, Tim Beiser and Rachel Berman. As charming as BRADLEY MCGOGG, we think this story will sell at least as well, but possibly even better!
A charming story about self-acceptance, and love lost and found, told through the eyes of a dear little mouse, and her possibly-not-so-handsome suitor, Mole. Chramingly illustrated, cleverly told, the message is timeless, and the illustrations endearing.

About Tim Beiser

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Tim Beiser was born on April Fools' Day in Los Angeles. He lived for many years in New York City, where he wrote plays and science fiction short-stories while driving an ambulance for the Fire Department. Now living in Toronto, Tim is an award-winning journalist who has written for many of Canada's leading publications. His first book for children, Bradley McGogg: The Very Fine Frog, was published to much critical acclaim. Rachel Berman is a painter who has lived and worked in Canada, the United States, and Ireland. Born in New Orleans, Rachel has worked as a professional artist for over thirty-five years. Rachel Berman has a long standing relationship with the Ingram Gallery, who represent her. She is the illustrator of the celebrated Bradley McGogg: The Very Fine Frog by Tim Beiser, a finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award for Children's Literature - Illustration.
Published October 9, 2012 by Tundra Books. 26 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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One day, when Miss Mousie is shopping at the mole's deli, her heart stops at the sight of rakish Matt LaBatt (the water rat), who looks suave (and très Français) in striped shirt and kerchief.

Sep 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Miss Mousie's Blind Date

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“Hey, Mole,” he says to the deli owner after Miss Mousie coyly drops her handkerchief, “tell that fat girl by the door/ to pick her hankie up.” Miss Mousie is devastated, but her hopes spring anew when she receives a mystery invitation.

Oct 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Miss Mousie's Blind Date

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