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Anatole (1956, Vintage, Hardcover)
A tale of a new mouse from the author of Basil of Baker Street.
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VERY GOOD: Considering the age of this title, it is in Very Good condition. There is some minor damage to the lower right front corner, but otherwise this book is in great condition. The colors of the drawings are still vibrant and the pages have not yellowed.
This is the story of Anatole, a mouse who lives in a village near Paris. Every night he rode his bicycle to Paris in search of food for his family until one night he heard what people thought of mice. After some thought he decided to change the way he gathered food. This is the tale of what he did to earn his cheese instead of steal it.
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