The Lion and the Mouse

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Bessada, Maissa
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1998
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This is one of a set of four books that come in a carrying-case with a matched green and maroon pattern. Each booklet has a stiff cover and sixteen slick pages. The same pattern occurs across the page-tops inside each book. Mini Marvin Mouse is bringing home a big piece of cheese for his family--so big that he cannot see in front of him as he trips over the lion's toes. There are a couple of unusual touches here. For example, Leo comes crashing down when Mini Marvin has gnawed through the cords of the net suspended from a tree. The lion opens his mouth and lifts Mini Marvin up--to lick him with a big kiss! As Mini Marvin rides off on Leo's back, we read that a little patience will sometimes accomplish more than a lot of roaring. Is that really the point of the story, even as it is told here?
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DS-Max; ©1997 Bessada Gagné
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