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Henry Hooper Leaves the Farm: A Field Mouse Story by Rolla Donaghy

Henry Hooper Leaves the Farm: A Field Mouse Story

by Rolla Donaghy

22 pages
When the field mouse leaves the farm, everything goes wrong.

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Category: Fiction:Children
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About the Book
A colorful storybook tells the adventure of Henry and Henrietta, field mouse twins who live on a farm. Playful and happy, they make the mistake of falling asleep in the corn field.

When the corn delivery heads to town, they are excited to discover they are going too. They want to visit and play in a store. But the visit does not go the way they expect and they wonder how can they ever get back home to the farm!

The 1000-word easy reading story is written for Pre-K through Grade 2, presenting basic concepts, vocabulary, and artwork designed for young children.


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About the Author
Canadian author Rolla Donaghy studied music and theater arts, later working as an educator in Toronto, Boston, and Honolulu, specializing in school readiness. She is the author of a teen novel, The Red of an Apple.
Angela Amato is an award-winning artist, who currently resides in Upstate New York.



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