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A Moose Called Mouse

4.67 of 5 stars 4.67  ·  rating details  ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
“Mouse is a moose. He’s not a mouse or a louse or anything else. He’s a moose I call Mouse.” So begins the unique story about a young girl and her secret rendezvous with a charming moose named Mouse, who has “big, funny horns that look like cauliflower, or coral, or bare winter branches or Uncle Clive’s cactus.” Minimal words and fanciful illustrations impart a sense of th ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by Allen & Unwin
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Sarah Mayor Cox
A truly beautiful book.

I quivered with delight when I first read A Moose Called Mouse.
Not an adult, sophisticated and knowing quiver, but a delicious, child-like quiver.
The sort of quiver I remember form my own childhood.
The sort of quiver which came from discovering a book so delightful, so free, so logical (in a child’s sort of way), so strange that I couldn’t fully understand it – even though I loved it at once.
A Moose Called Mouse is the story of a child and her friendship with her moose, wh
am going to read it at kindy tomorrow.

simple words, powerful message.
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Martine Murray, a native and a current resident of Melbourne, Australia, is an accomplished author with a variety of other talents and interests. She has studied film making at Prahan College, painting at the Victorian College of the Arts, and movement and dance at Melbourne University. She began writing as a method of keeping track of all of her activities. She explains, “I was writing in journal ...more
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