Acclaimed author and illustrator of over 30 children’s books, Daniel Kirk delights kids with his fun-filled tales. The first in a new series, Library Mouse tells the story of Sam, a young mouse who lives in a hole in the library and comes out at night to write stories. His books are soon found by a puzzled librarian, who leaves a note inviting the mystery writer to Meet the Author Day. At first Sam isn’t sure what to do, but his ingenious solution is sure to be a real winner. This rousing tale will leave kids itching to write their own stories.
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In this sequel to Daniel Kirk’s Library Mouse—a Parenting magazine Book of the Year—Sam falls asleep in the library and awakens just in time to scamper out of sight. In his haste, he leaves behind his mouse-sized notebook. As a boy named Tom puzzles over the mystery of such a small book, he discovers Sam’s mouse hole. Soon Sam and Tom form an unusual partnership that would surprise others—if they only knew.
Best-selling author Daniel Kirk’s children’s books include Library Mouse—which Booklist called a “showstopper.” In the library, Sam meets a fellow mouse named Sarah, who is quite an explorer. Scurrying along the tops of the bookshelves and scampering around in the darkest corners are some of her favorite pastimes. How different from Sam, who is too frightened to climb! Sam would much rather spend his time learning about new things. In the end, the two can do just about anything if they work together.