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About the author


Camilla Potter is a author, artist and gardener. Best of all she is a grandmother to nine grand children. This is what gives her inspiration to write children's books.
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The Christmas House Mouse
by Camilla Potter

Overview


A story about a little mouse that finds a family to love and a place to live.
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Description


When my children were little, we always made a gingerbread house together before Christmas. On Christmas day the children were allowed to eat their creations. One year, we really worked hard on the house and it turned out too good to eat, All of us agreed that it should be saved and brought out each year at Christmas. So I carefully boxed it and put it away. The next year, when we got it out, we discovered a small mouse had been living in the house, nibbling as she went. A story was born. The children in this story are named after our first grandchildren, who share this love of making gingerbread houses with our other six grandchildren.
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Overview


A story about a little mouse that finds a family to love and a place to live.

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Description


When my children were little, we always made a gingerbread house together before Christmas. On Christmas day the children were allowed to eat their creations. One year, we really worked hard on the house and it turned out too good to eat, All of us agreed that it should be saved and brought out each year at Christmas. So I carefully boxed it and put it away. The next year, when we got it out, we discovered a small mouse had been living in the house, nibbling as she went. A story was born. The children in this story are named after our first grandchildren, who share this love of making gingerbread houses with our other six grandchildren.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Animals / Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, etc.

Language:English

Pages:24

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781543981926


Overview


A story about a little mouse that finds a family to love and a place to live.

Read more

Description


When my children were little, we always made a gingerbread house together before Christmas. On Christmas day the children were allowed to eat their creations. One year, we really worked hard on the house and it turned out too good to eat, All of us agreed that it should be saved and brought out each year at Christmas. So I carefully boxed it and put it away. The next year, when we got it out, we discovered a small mouse had been living in the house, nibbling as she went. A story was born. The children in this story are named after our first grandchildren, who share this love of making gingerbread houses with our other six grandchildren.

Read more

About the author


Camilla Potter is a author, artist and gardener. Best of all she is a grandmother to nine grand children. This is what gives her inspiration to write children's books.

Read more
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