The Great American Mousical

The Great American Mousical

3.63 (147 ratings by Goodreads)
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Say hello to Broadway! Underneath one of the human theatres, a troupe of theatrical mice are busily preparing their own show, "Broadway Airs", with their very own star the wonderful Miss Adelaide. But then disaster! Miss Adelaide disappears! Unknown to the mice, their diva has been caught (by humans) and released into the country, miles from the bright lights. But the show must go on, and Miss Adelaide embarks upon the long and often hazardous journey back to the theatre. Will she make it in time for her big number! This work presents a loving spoof of life in the theatre, with a engaging cast, a daring adventure and a brave new hero all adding up to a delightful, charming and funny story for boys and girls of 8+.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 156 x 216 x 20mm | 340.2g
  • Penguin Books Ltd
  • Puffin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0141382775
  • 9780141382777
  • 1,514,319

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Praise for the US edition:'An amusing spoof of the New York theater world' - Kirkus 'The players here may be small in stature, but the story is big of heart and deserving of an enthusiastic round of applause' - Publishers Weekly'An entertaining story' - New York Times Book Review
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About Julie Andrews Edwards

Julie Andrews is one of the best-loved and most recognised stars of the entertainment world. This book is very much a family production, with her daughter Emma as co-author and illustrations by her first husband (Emma's father).
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147 ratings
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2 9% (13)
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