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Country Mouse Cottage: How We Lived 100 Years Ago

by Nigel Brooks

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About a mouse who lived a long time and did good deeds around the the town ( )
  kwalk3 | Apr 23, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0802787525, Hardcover)

Imagine living in a country cottage in the year 1900. Your life would be completely unlike the way we live today. You'd be busy from dawn till dusk-doing chores, working in the garden, and going to a one-room schoolhouse. But even with all the work to be done, there'd still be time for fun.

With exquisitely detailed illustrations and gently humorous text, Country Mouse Cottage brilliantly evokes a different way of life in a style that will entertain, charm, and inform. This is a book that young readers will pore over and treasure.

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On a summer day in 1900 a family of mice is busy from dawn until dusk at their country home.

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