By Richard Barr, illustrated by Joanna Scott
Tom Mouse is an inspiration to young mice around the world. He sees himself as an ordinary, curious mouse. Tom Mouse loves preparing for and taking on fantastic, extraordinary adventures. He is inspired and encouraged by Grandad Mouse, who was an explorer. Together they choose Tom Mouse’s next adventure by spinning his beautiful globe of the world. Tom faces difficult challenges on his adventures but he has great support from his loving grandad and from the wonderful friends he makes along the way.
In his first book, Tom Mouse spins his globe of the world and when it stops he is pointing at Mount Everest. Find out how Tom prepares for and takes on the challenges of climbing the world’s highest mountain!
“… you can do it Tom Mouse!”
Find out more about the inspiration behind Tom Mouse’s adventures and watch Richard read the story at www.tommouse.co.uk
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