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ISBN:0333474872
Author: Graham Oakley
ISBN13: 978-0333474877
Title: The Diary of a Church Mouse
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Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan of Canada (1989)
Pages: 32

The Diary of a Church Mouse by Graham Oakley



Start by marking The Diary of a Church Mouse as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Graham Oakley is a children's book author and illustrator, most active during the 1960s to 1980s. He is best known for the Church Mice series and also illustrated many book covers in the 60s. For the current UK author of children's books at Top That! press see Graham Oakley. Other books in the series. The Church Mice (1 - 10 of 12 books).

Church Mice at Christmas (Church Mice Series) Paperback. The Church Mice and the Ring Paperback. The Church Mouse Hardcover. While not so plot-oriented as the other books, the character sketches and random happenings throughout the year had me in stitches. If you like the Church Mice books at all, you must check this one out.

Arthur, one of the mice living in the Wortlethorpe Church Vestry, decides to keep a diary of his experiences in hopes of one day writing his autobiography. The Diary of a Church Mouse Paperback – 1989. by. Graham Oakley (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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The ninth in the Church Mice series, this book takes us through a year in Humphrey's diary in which Samson, the cat, Arthur and the other Church Mice all have their. Arthur, one of the mice living in the Wortlethorpe Church Vestry, decides to keep a diary of his experiences in hopes of one day writing his autobiography. ISBN13: 9780689313349. Release Date: March 1987.

The Church Mice and the Ring is a children's picture book by Graham Oakley. It is the eleventh in the Church Mice series. It chronicles the scrapes of the church mice as they try to find a home for a stray dog, a quest which soon comes to involve an easily lost diamond ring. It was published by Pan Macmillan. Humphrey's attempts to point out the hole in the ozone layer are disrupted by the arrival of Percy, a dog who is now living as a stray, having formerly been a Christmas present.

Humphrey is a church mouse. His New Year's Resolution is to start on the Story of His Life right away. This book contains one year in the life of Humphrey, the church mouse. No descriptions found. Library descriptions. A comic year in the life of Humphrey the Church Mouse.

Graham Oakley is an English writer and illustrator best known for children's books. The Diary of Church Mouse (Picturemac). The Church Mice and the Ring Hardcover - October 31, 1992. He also won a Boston Globe–Horn Book Award Special Citation in 1980 for the picture book Graham Oakley's Magical Changes. The Church Mice Adrift and The Church Mice in Action were Highly Commended runners-up for the 1976 and 1982 Kate Greenaway Medals from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book illustration by a British subject.

A brilliant picture book (thankfully now back in print) telling the entertaining story of how Sampson the cat and Arthur the church mouse take over the local church – despite the reservations of the congregation. Stunning, detailed and humorous illustrations stuffed full of tiny, mouse-filled details to pore over. Ages 5+. Not Now Bernard David McKee (Red Fox). The Diary of a Killer Cat Anne Fine, illustrated by Steve Cox (Puffin). Tuffy is a cat with attitude – or is he just doing what a cat does naturally? His owner, Ellie, cries with every victim Tuffy brings through the cat flap.

The ninth in the Church Mice series, this book takes us through a year in Humphrey's diary in which Samson, the cat, Arthur and the other Church Mice all have their place. It is told with a wealth of comic detail for which this series is famous.
Reviews: 3
Malalrajas
Excellent, droll humor, wonderful illustrations. Possibly the best of the series.
Chuynopana
I became addicted to these wonderfully detailed illustrations and sly stories when I was a School librarian. Somebody please re-publish these gems again!!
Mora
I became completely anamored of Oakley's Church Mice series when I was a child, and now as an adult I've tried to collect them all. I didn't read this one until a year ago, and it has quickly become my favorite of the whole lot! Humphrey, the perenially bad-tempered school mouse, sets off to document a year in the life of Sampson and the church mice. While not so plot-oriented as the other books, the character sketches and random happenings throughout the year had me in stitches. If you like the Church Mice books at all, you must check this one out.