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Frewyn Fables: The House Guest
     

Frewyn Fables: The House Guest

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by Michelle Franklin
 

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When winter comes early to Frewyn and the first snowfall of the year traps a young mouse in her home, fate brings an old mole to her door, but is the young mouse prepared for all the challenges that catering to a fussy house guest can bring?

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When winter comes early to Frewyn and the first snowfall of the year traps a young mouse in her home, fate brings an old mole to her door, but is the young mouse prepared for all the challenges that catering to a fussy house guest can bring?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045848374
Publisher:
Paper Crane Books
Publication date:
04/22/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
635 KB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

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Meet the Author

Michelle Franklin is a small woman of moderate consequence who writes many, many books about giants, romance, and chocolate.

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Frewyn Fables: The House Guest 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sophia-Rose1 More than 1 year ago
I love the fantasy world and stories the author has created and was eager to try this latest effort, a children's tale. It was so adorable and will have appeal for an adult audience too. The experiences of a little cutie mouse who has come of age and is on her own for the first time left a big smile on my face when I read to the end. This tale about a young Miss Sniffle mouse who is left on her own during the winter when her parents head to warmer climates and encounters an unusual guest just after a snow storm. The guest is at first unwelcome, but then in a surprise twist Miss Sniffle receives her reward for her patience with Baba Mole. The tale is told in just a few pages, but the storytelling is strong and plot is complete. The characters other than the heroine are quick sketches, but not skimped on. The heroine is cute and amusing as she encounters her neighbors and her visitors trying to act as a responsible young lady mouse and a good hostess. It was so engaging that I look forward to more stories of this nature from the author in the future. My thanks to Paper Crane books for the opportunity to read this story in exchange for my honest review.