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    • Publication date:11 Jan 2018
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Little Mouse and the Red Wall

By Britta Teckentrup

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A simple, beautiful and timely picture book about facing our fears, discovering freedom and welcoming change within ourselves and the world.

What lies beyond the Red Wall? Mouse's friends don't know - but that doesn't stop them feeling scared. Can Mouse find the courage to travel into the unknown, where a world of freedom and possibility awaits?

From Global Illustration Excellence Award winner Britta Teckentrup comes a simple and beautiful tale about facing our fears, welcoming change and discovering freedom - perfect for even the youngest children.

Look out for more books from Britta Teckentrup:
The Memory Tree
My Hand in Your Hand
Never Take a Bear to School

Biographical Notes

Britta Teckentrup is an illustrator, fine artist and writer. She was born in Hamburg, Germany, and went on to study at St. Martin's College and the Royal College of Art in London. Britta has created over 40 books, translated in 20 languages worldwide, and her artwork has been shown at exhibitions all over the world. She lives and works in Berlin with her artist husband and their young son.

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  • ISBN: 9781408346624
  • Publication date: 11 Jan 2018
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