Publish date: November 14th 2006
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Picture Books
Series: Anatole (#1)
Anatole is a mouse who goes into the human world at night to find food for his family. One night he overhears what humans think about mice and decides he will help instead of being a freeloader. He goes to the cheese factory and rates their cheeses, leaving notes on how to improve them. The cheese f...
Such a disgrace, these mice! What I love most about this book is that Anatole took what he knew the most about and made something out of it. Instead of feeling sorry for himself and having a pity party, instead of being a burden, instead of causing havoc, he rose to the occasion and made something ...
My niece and I read Anatloe tonight. We read Anatole and the Cat the other night, and we enjoyed that, so I thought we'd try this first book tonight.My niece said that she enjoyed Anatloe as much as she enjoyed Anatole and the Cat, and she thought that she'd probably give this one four stars as wel...