Henry the Very Hungry Mouse is about a little mouse that lived in my garden wall. He would eat the seeds from the birds' fat ball, which hung from a hook just outside his front door, and if it was a sunny day, he would sometimes fall asleep there. One windy day, the fat ball was late arriving and Henry was so hungry he tried to pinch the seeds from the bird feeder. In doing so, he came face-to-face with Blackberry, one of my cats.
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About the Author
Hilary Hartland was born in County Durham, UK, in December 1946. She left school at age 15 and trained as a hairdresser. She met and married her husband in 1968, and they have two boys. She and her husband shared a passion for horses. They moved to a smallholding in Co. Durham in 1983 and raised sheep and horses. In 1997, Hilary retrained as a reflexologist. Then in 2004, she and her husband retired and moved to Spain for ten years. They have recently returned to the UK to live in Wales to be nearer their four grandchildren.