THE MOUSE ON THE FOURTEENTH FLOOR by Jane Thayer

THE MOUSE ON THE FOURTEENTH FLOOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another small creature causes great confusion in this lackluster account of Marvelous the Mouse's journey from farm to factory to supermarket to a helicopter through fourteen floors of apartments, and back home again. Marvelous has the usual mouse-adventures en route, and though the trappings, like a rent strike, are contemporary, there are discordant stereotypes: Mrs. Klinkie, who ""was stout and loved to cook."" The lifeless illustrations are no help.

Pub Date: March 9th, 1977
Publisher: Morrow