The Stowaways

The Stowaways

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A family adventure turns into a dangerous rescue mission as a young mouse searches for his missing grandfather.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario :, Pajama Press,, 2013.
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781927485330
Characteristics: 235 pages :,illustrations, maps ;,22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Griffiths, Dean 1967-- Illustrator

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lms Oct 05, 2014

on the shortlist for the Canadian Library Association's CLA Book of the Year Award.

Cdnbookworm May 12, 2014

This children's novel focuses on a family of long-tailed mice, the Stowaways. Twins Morgan and Rory exemplify the family's history of innovation and adventurousness. Morgan likes gadgets, learning how things work, and making things. Rory hungers for a life beyond their little corner of the river and loves to hear stories of his grandfather's adventures. But Grandpa disappeared when Rory was just a baby, caught in a trap, and Rory and Morgan's dad is sure that he didn't survive. Gran thinks he might still be out there though, and when Great Aunt Hazel turns up alive, she is bent on finding out the truth about Grandpa.
This is a nice little family, with Mama and Papa making daily treks to the nearby farm to cart home objects and tidbits of food, Gran berry picking for the family larder, and little sister Bimble eager to start school next fall.
Rory becomes an assistant in his grandmother's quest to find Grandpa, and Morgan puts his mind to creating a bicycle like he saw in town and learning how to man a boat. Both young mice find success in their endeavors and prove to their father that they are mature enough to assist the family in meaningful ways. This is an interesting tale that will captivate young readers.

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