Marriage of a Mouse

First Sarah published two books of poetry. Then her Aunt Barb Stork published a children’s book titled Jeep the Cat. Then another relative, whose name escapes me for the moment, published a collection of short stories. Now Sarah’s mother, Kathy (aka Kathleen) published her retelling of a Japanese fable, titling it Marriage of a Mouse. The book has a little bit of a history. It was written and illustrated before Sarah was born. It garnered its fair share of rejection slips with one bearing a handwritten note stating the book was seriously considered for publication before being turned down. Then Sarah came along and the book was forgotten for twenty years. But now it’s available to readers and lovers of anthropomorphic mice everywhere! You can purchase your copy from Amazon. You’ll be glad you did!

One Response to “Marriage of a Mouse”

  1. Jeanie says:

    I ordered my copy last night and can’t wait to read it. I’m so happy Kathy published it and made it available for purchase. The illustrations are so cute (although they made me hungry for cheese) and the two pages revealed on Amazon for reading are just too adorable. This has to be a winning collaboration! I know that my little Brielle, Christopher, and Brooke will consider the book as one of their favorites just as it was one of Kathy’s favorite fairy tales as a child. I’m excited!

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