Debatables: Mouse Appeal
Another round of Debatables starts today. Mike and I are both pro-rodent (although I am not a rat fan since Ratigan and Willard *yikes*). And we celebrate the arrival of Mike’s new book:
So–it makes sense to make our February Debatables all about mice, particularly the Most Appealing Mouse of Middle Reader Literature.
Mike’s vote is for Amos from Robert Lawson’s Ben and Me.
I am promoting Reepicheep from C.S. Lewis’s Narnia series.
Voting takes place at Mike’s blog. This shall no doubt be a lively round. Stop by and cast your vote (for Reepicheep, of course).
Nothing is more appealing than a mouse who gets stabby.
Hey, next month we should do the most appealing mouse in picture books.
Dibs on SCAMPERS!
I applaud your promotional techniques—as obvious as they are.
Thank you kindly.
Mice and swords. An improbably appealing combination.
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