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Follow That Mouse

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Dot Comal loved her home town, although the Utah ranching community of Ranch Exit was too small to call a 'town'. She had her horse, Pokey, and her father to care for, and Ned from the next ranch over was comfortable to be around when he showed up on his motorcycle. But things were changing. The animals, and even her father, were showing signs of a growing irrational rage. ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2010 by Wire Rim Books (first published August 25th 2010)
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In the small ranching community of Ranch Exit, nothing exciting ever happens. Dot Comal lives a happy and comfortable life in her home town until she begins to notice the little brown mouse that watches her from the top of the barrel of feeding grain every time she feeds her horse Pokey. Her best friend Ned Kelso believe's that the school in Ranch Exit may in fact be the smallest school in the country! In order for the school to gain recognition for its size, Ned decides to make a website for Ra ...more
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Another startlingly original idea from this self-pubbed author...
Henry Melton
Aug 30, 2010 Henry Melton added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
I wrote the book, of course I love it.
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Henry Melton is often on the road with his wife Mary Ann, a nature photographer and frequently captivated by the places he visits. This has inspired his latest series of novels; Small Towns, Big Ideas. Formerly a programmer specializing in database work and web design, he pioneered Internet use for a Fortune 500 company until the tech bubble collapse. In the early days of home computers, he create ...more
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