The Tale of Pip and Squeak by Kate Duke

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Beloved author-illustrator Kate Duke’s charming mice take the stage in a delightful tale of two bickering brothers. Pip and Squeak share a home, but can’t get along. The fumes from Pip’s paintings give his brother fits of coughing, and Squeak’s singing hurts Pip’s ears. Everything the brothers do becomes a competition, including their annual midwinter celebration. Until one year, when their efforts to outdo each other turn into a theatrical collaboration . . . with the best results of all—brotherly love!

About Kate Duke

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Kate Duke has written and illustrated many books for children. She and her husband live in New Haven, Connecticut.
Published April 19, 2007 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Duke offers a gentle lesson starring two brothers, Pip and Squeak.

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Pip and Squeak are brothers who live in the same house but share different quarters.

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