Sam is a library mouse. He lives in a little hole in the wall behind the children's reference books. Sam loves to write and draw, and everyone loves the little books he leaves on the shelves of the library for them to find. But Sam is also very shy around people, and no one at the library has ever met him–until Tom. When the library's Writers and Illustrators Club is given an assignment to work with partners, Tom finds he is the odd kid out. Then he discovers Sam's identity and hopes they can work together on a project. But what will happen if everyone discovers Sam is a mouse? Can Tom keep the secret?
In this sequel to Library Mouse, celebrated writer and illustrator Daniel Kirk brings to life the joys of writing, friendship, and collaboration.
Recommended for ages 4 to 10.
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