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hardcover, 50 pages
Published 1952 by Ariel Books
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Christine
Mar 08, 2014 Christine rated it it was amazing
This was the first book I ever purchased, the first book I ever loved and the book that turned me into a reader. My mother had taken me to a booksale at my school when I wss in kindergarten and told me I could buy any book there. I chose Mouse Manor. It was a chapter book, and far beyond my reading ability but I fell in love with the few, but beautiful, full page illustrations of Miss Myrtilla Mouse, her visit to see Queen Victoria and Bertie Cheesebisker, the palace playboy mouse who becomes h ...more
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Oct 26, 2015 Pam rated it it was amazing
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Great read, I loved the references to Pussy Cat Pussy Cat Where Have You Been? I've been to London to visit the queen. Pussy cat pussy cat what did you there? I frightened a little mouse under her chair. And the illustrations were charming and beautiful! I wonder if there were more references I didn't even get. I wish I could own a copy of this great little book from 1952!

I picked this up because the author of Nightbird mentioned Edward Eager as one of her favorite childhood authors. I'm hoping
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Gabrielle
Nov 11, 2009 Gabrielle rated it it was ok
I loved this book when I was little.
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Eager was born in and grew up in Toledo, Ohio and attended Harvard University class of 1935. After graduation, he moved to New York City, where he lived for 14 years before moving to Connecticut. He married Jane Eberly in 1938 and they had a son, Fritz.

Eager was a childhood fan of L. Frank Baum's Oz series, and started writing children's books when he could not find stories he wanted to read to h
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