by Chris Tinniswood
Publisher: Feedbooks 2009
Number of pages: 56
A young dormouse awakens from a deep sleep and utters a mysterious prophecy. In the centre of The Great Woods, an ancient tree receives some strange visitors. Rumours abound. Change is in the air. This is the age of... NOSTRADORMOUSE.
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