The Royal Mice by Loretta Krupinski
The Sword and the Horn

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When the Queen of All You Can See discovers she has mice in her castle she employs the infamous feline, Max the Magnificent, to hunt them down. But the mice are smarter and braver than they're given credit for, and they have no intention of scurrying quite so easily. They intend to chase Max from the castle instead-they just have to figure out how. With the help of an ancient legend, the mice find themselves on the chase of their life.

About Loretta Krupinski

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Loretta Krupinski is the illustrator of many books for children, including Dear Rebecca, Winter is Here by Jean Craighead George, The Old Ladies Who Liked Cats by Carol Greene, How a Seed Grows, by Helene J. Jordan, and her own Bluewater Journal: The Voyage of the Sea Tiger. Ms. Krupinski lives in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
Published September 1, 2004 by Disney-Hyperion. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books.

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Faster than youngsters can learn to spell Despereaux, a troupe of brave little mice save themselves from a cat-for-hire in this tale both pretty and silly.

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Loretta Krupinski (Christmas in the City) showcases her signature mice characters in The Royal Mice: The Sword and the Horn.

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