Mouse, Mole, and the Falling Star by A. H. Benjamin

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Mouse and Mole are the best of friends-until the evening they spot a falling star. "It's my star! I saw it first," says Mole. "No, I saw it first!" shouts Mouse. The quarrel tears them apart, but as time passes, they miss each other more and more. One fall day Mole spots a vibrant yellow leaf. He thinks it's the fallen star and decides to return it to its rightful owner, Mouse. Meanwhile, Mouse sees the same leaf and suspects that Mole has lost his star. With gentle humor and charming illustrations, this sweet story carries messages about friendship and the appreciation of nature.
 

About A. H. Benjamin

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A. H. Benjamin studied Physics and Chemistry. He has written children's books since 1987 and has had several books published by Little Tiger Press. He is married with four children and now lives in Lincolnshire. John drew from quite a young age - doodling cartoon likenesses of his teachers in notebooks at school - before eventually putting his talents to good use at the local college of art studying illustration and design. Since then he has had over 30 children s books published in England and the US. John lives part of the year in Cambridge and part in Cannes in the South of France with his Italian wife who is also a brilliant artist working in Ceramics and Glass!
 
Published January 1, 2002 by LITTLE TIGER PRESS. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Mouse and Mole "trusted each other completely, even with their deepest secrets."

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