While nibbling at a huge hunk of parmesan cheese, Geraldine uncovers a cheese statue of a mouse playing what seems to be a flute but on closer inspection is really its tail. That night Geraldine is woken by silver and gold sounds. “This must be music!” she says. And every night the cheese mouse fills Geraldine’s hideaway with beautiful music. Then one day her hungry mice friends ask her to share her cheese with them. Geraldine’s new love of music infuses her with a magic of her own and provides a satisfying conclusion to this delightful tale.
“A worthy successor to Frederick.” —The Horn Book Magazine
“[A] good choice for story hour.” —School Library Journal
About Leo Lionni
“From time to time, from the endless flow of our mental imagery, there emerges unexpectedly something that, vague though it may be, seems to carry the promise of a form, a meaning, and, more important, an irresistible poetic charge.”—Leo LionniLeo… More about Leo Lionni
Published by Dragonfly Books Oct 13, 2009| 32 Pages| 7 x 9| 3-7 years| ISBN 9780375855146