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Anatole in Italy by Eve Titus
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Anatole in Italy

by Eve Titus

Other authors: Paul Galdone (Illustrator)

Series: Anatole - mouse (10)

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Anatole takes his whole family on a mission from M'sieu Duval; they go to Italy to discover what is making Vivaldi Cheese so bad. Once there, Anatole discovers treachery is afoot, sics an army of mice on Vivaldi Cheese's rivals, the Borgias, discovers a lost painting, and performs with the Roman Mouse symphony. Anatole is kicking ass and taking names as usual. The illustrations of Rome are especially lovely in this one. ( )
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Official cheese taster, Anatole the mouse, is sent to Italy to save a cheese factory and discovers a lost masterpiece as well.

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