Far beneath the bright lights of Broadway, in the deepest recesses of the Sovereign, sits a long-forgotten and (if truth be told, slightly decrepit) architect's model of the theater. Unbeknownst to all the creatures who stride the stage above, this tiny replica has become the playhouse for a troupe of thespian mice. In the face of adversity more frightening than any mousetrap, the plucky little rodents pull off an opening-night coup.
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"The players here maybe small in stature, but the story is big of heart and deserving of an enthusiastic round of applause." - Publishers Weekly
"So many stock characters are introduced so quickly - only a few of whom are fleshed out even to the smallest degree - that it is impossible to care about the fate of any of them." - School Library Journal.
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Written by actress Julie Andrews and her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton.
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