The Heart of a Mouse

The life of a mouse is meant to be small and unseen, or so George has always been told. After receiving exactly ten pieces of cheese on his tenth birthday, George decides to go in search for something different. Who said mice are supposed to live in the shadows? With themes of friendship, and family, this woodland adventure story encourages readers to work through their fears, and find the courage within themselves to follow their dreams. The story also touches on through their fears, and find the courage within themselves to follow their dreams. The story also touches on trying new food and the role of physical activity, which may provide further discussion points for readers. Follow George and his adventures into the woods, as this brave young mouse faces his fears, using his courage and heart to guide him. The Heart of a Mouse is suitable for ages 6-8 years and written for children with a sense of adventure, who are inquisitive and are aware there is more possible than what meets the eye. Beautifully illustrated by Sophie Corrigan, each chapter contains a black and white spot illustration to highlight key characters and scenes. read more