Little Mouse has a big plan in this charming lift-the-flap story book by the award-winning Petr Horacek.
A beautifully illustrated and charming story about Little Mouse and her friends from the much loved and award-winning Petr Horacek, an illustrator described by the Washington Post as "the thinking tot's Eric Carle". What is that beautiful red, shiny thing hanging from the tree? Little Mouse thinks it's a marble, but Mole is sure it's a balloon and Rabbit says it's a ball. None of them can reach it by themselves, so how will they discover what it really is? Enjoy lifting the flap to reveal the tasty surprise at the end.
The Mouse Who Reached the Sky is a simple, yet utterly charming story that celebrates working together, friendship and sharing. […] This delightful story is accompanied by bold illustrations that are sure to delight young children. It also has a fantastic fold out page towards the end showing the friends final plan to reach the mysterious red object that is stuck in the tree. ― The Reading Zone
The vibrant illustrations almost leap off the page; they are infused with colour and the details, especially the animals' faces, are totally engaging. A perfect picture book - amusing text, fabulous illustrations, friendship and fun. ― Parents in Touch
About the Author
The creator of Strawberries are Red and What is Black and White? and recipient of the Books for Children Newcomer Award 2001.