The Song of the Winns by Frances Watts
The Spies of Gerander

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Delicate pen-and-ink spot art memorializes chapter details. An animated sequel that does not disappoint.


After discovering their parents are still alive and their homeland of Gerander is in danger, mouse triplets Alistair, Alice, and Alex, and their friend Tibby Rose, have joined the underground rebel organization FIG. In quick measure, FIG orders Alex and Alice go undercover in Souris to infiltrate Queen Eugenia's palace while Alistair and Tibby Rose are sent to discover Gerander's secret paths, which may be the key Gerandans need to triumph and for the triplets to rescue their parents.

Enemy spies, attacking eagles, and blizzarding mountaintops seem all the more challenging when there is a lack of good cheese available, but these four young mice respond with endless creativity and determination. Cheeky and entertaining, The Spies of Gerander is an action filled sequel to the first book in The Song of the Winns series, The Secret of the Ginger Mice.


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Frances Watts is an Australian children's book author. She is the winner of the Children's Book Council of Australia's Eve Pownall Award for her book Parsley Rabbit's Book About Books. The Song of the Winns was published by HarperCollins Australia in September 2010. She lives in Sydney. You can visit her online at David Francis began his career as an exhibiting artist, and his works are held in many collections. He illustrated the CBC Honor Book Ten Little Known Facts About Hippopotamuses and collaborated with author Margaret Wild to create the much-loved Morris the Reinbear. He lives in Sydney, Australia.
Published April 23, 2013 by Running Press. 320 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships.
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on Mar 17 2013

Delicate pen-and-ink spot art memorializes chapter details. An animated sequel that does not disappoint.

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