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A Mouse's Life
 
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John Himmelman
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A Mouse's Life (Nature Upclose)

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Strikingly original watercolors depict each creature's world from its unique perspective. Simple text describes the creatures' movements and activities.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Children's Press(CT) (first published March 1st 2001)
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John Himmelman is the author and illustrator of more than sixty books for children, including Chickens to the Rescue. He lives in Connecticut with his family.

According John's Facebook page, he has been "making up stories and scribbling pictures since I could hold a crayon in my hand. It became my job in 1981, when my first book, "Talester the Lizard" was published during my last year in college (S
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