Author(s): Odo Hirsch
If you were a mouse, looking for a new house, where would you go?
'Baker Street!' said Frankel Mouse. 'Picture it, Berrel. A street full of bakers! Everyone will be nibbling something: a bun, a pie, a roll, a pastry, a cake, a donut. Just imagine the crumbs!'
And what if you had a visitor or two? Michael, for instance, who's a little too forgetful, and Cousin Ruthie, the wildest, craziest mouse that ever there was . . .
Watch out! The adventures are just beginning.
A funny, irresistible story about four mice, one Baroomazooma, And a whole station full of mischief.
Kids love books by Odo Hirsch.
Four young mice - Frankel, Berrel, Michael and Cousin Ruthie - face danger and adventure, making their home in the London Underground. A charming, funny and immensely satisfying story for young children by a master storyteller, introducing memorable new characters.
Shortlisted in The Paperlinx Best Designed Children's Fiction Book category of the 2000 APA design awards.
Odo Hirsch was born in Australia where he studied medicine and worked as a doctor. He now lives in London. His books are popular with children and adults, and have been translated into several languages.