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Time Stops for No Mouse

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 107 Ratings and 103 Reviews

Book Description
It's impossible not to like Hermux Tantamoq, the watchmaking mouse. He relaxes in a flannel shirt printed with pictures of cheeses from around the world, he has a caged pet ladybug named Terfle, he writes endearing thank-you letters to the universe each night, and he has a big heart--a heart that aches for the fearless aviatrix Ms. Linka Perflinger, who unexpectedly visits his shop requesting... More
Book Information
PublisherSpeak
BindingPaperback (31 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages250
ISBN-100698119916
ISBN-13978-0698119918
Publication Date01/27/2003
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About Michael Hoeye (Author) : Michael Hoeye is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Michael Hoeye include Time Stops for No Mouse: A Hermux Tantamoq Adventure (Unabridged),... more
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11/24/2009 Cole Rush

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1/13/2009 Kory Gott said:
As a teacher of seventh and eighth grade middle school Language Arts, I discovered this book during my Christmas vacation when it was first released onto the shelf! I fell in love with the characters and knew I had to share it with my students. Following break, my kids and I read the story together ... more

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