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A Bank Street Best Book of the Year
“Perfect for storytime, and with so much to explore on each page, a one-on-one read is also a must.” —School Library Journal “A sweet depiction of companionship and creature comforts.” —Publishers Weekly
It’s the middle of the night, and two paper mice find adventure—and each other—as they explore their new home in this beautifully written, stunningly illustrated story of friendship.
With a snip and a clip, two paper mice are made. They are given names: Della and Ralph. Each alone, they explore their new house in the dark. Della dashes up the stairs; Ralph skitters through the dining room. There is so much to see and so much to discover!
But a big, dark house can be scary for those so small, until they find...each other.
Beautiful, cut-paper illustrations bring to life this lyrical story of adventure and friendship.
Megan Wagner Lloyd’s debut picture book, Finding Wild, was called “sparkling” by Publishers Weekly, and her latest, Fort-Building Time, was called “playful reading fun” by Kirkus Reviews. Megan lives with her family in the Washington, DC, area. Visit her online at MeganWagnerLloyd.com.
Phoebe Wahl’s first picture book, Sonya’s Chickens, was the recipient of the Ezra Jack Keats Book Award for New Illustrator, as well as a Kirkus Reviews star, and was listed by School Library Journal, Kirkus Reviews, and Huffington Post as one of the best children’s books of the year. Her latest, Backyard Fairies, was called “delightful” by Kirkus Reviews. Phoebe graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2013 with a BFA in illustration and currently lives in Washington state. Learn more at PhoebeWahl.com.
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