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Mermouse Mystery

#2 AdventureMice

Philip Reeve Sarah McIntyre



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David Fickling
27 February 2024
Pedro is getting used to the thrilling life of the Adventuremice. But one stormy night, hefinds something he's only ever dreamed of seeing: a real, live mermouse! This littlemermouse is lost, and Pedro and the Adventuremice need to get him safely home.

They must summon all their bravery and brilliance, plunge into the depths of the oceanand find the mysterious Mermouse C ity. It won't be straightforward, but it will be anotherexciting, friend-filled adventure for Pedro and the team!
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Imprint:   David Fickling
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 177mm,  Width: 126mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   190g
ISBN:   9781788452687
ISBN 10:   1788452682
Pages:   128
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 5 to 7 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Philip Reeve grew up in Brighton. He has been writing stories since he was five years old,but the first one to be published was Mortal Engines which won the Nestle Smarties BookPrize and Blue Peter Book Award, and was made into a blockbuster film. Philip has alsoprovided cartoons and jokes for many books, including Horrible Histories, and written themagical Utterly Dark series. Sarah McIntyre is easy to spot in her pointy glasses and hats. Sometimes she writes anddraws picture books and comics herself, and sometimes she illustrates books for otherpeople, including Giles Andreae, Alan MacDonald, Gillian Rogerson, Anne C ottringer andC laire Freedman. When Philip and Sarah make books together, they both brainstorm the story ideastogether, then Philip writes them and Sarah illustrates them. But occasionally they swaproles for a bit. And they love dressing up.

Reviews for Mermouse Mystery (#2 AdventureMice)

By a celebrated team . . . Illustrated [by Sarah McIntyre] with precise, charming and expressive pictures worth poring over, it takes us into the detailed dwellings of a delightful mouse community . . . Philip Reeve is an expert storyteller * Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week (Adventuremice: Otter Chaos) * Reeve and McIntyre are a classic team * The Times * As the story dashes along so, too, do the illustrations, which are a delight on every page * Guardian, praise for Reeve & McIntyre * A fun-packed delight * Telegraph, praise for Reeve & McIntyre * A delightfully told, beautiful tale * Chris Riddell, praise for Reeve & McIntyre *

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