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by Ted Allan


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Lovely story for children aged 7+ about Willie half mouse half squirrel who lives in the cavity between two houses and his adventures.

Publisher : Puffin Books. Item Information:Author : Ted Allan. Other Details:Condition : Acceptable. Unfortunately couldn't get the book my son wanted, but remember my sister loved this as a 7 year old. Great kids book as good as I remember. Read full description. Very funny some dense text but not too hard to read.

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Home All Books Willie the Squowse. In between two houses lives Willie the Squowse

Home All Books Willie the Squowse. Willie took a deep breath and made a dash for the hole in the wall. He hid in a dark corner, his heart beating fast and loud. No one had ever tried to kill him before. In between two houses lives Willie the Squowse. Half mouse, half squirrel (and an incredibly talented acrobat) Willie is forced into a secret life between two apartments when he is suddenly faced with violent anti-mouse prejudice.

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Alan Herman (January 26, 1916 – June 29, 1995), known professionally as Ted Allan, was a Canadian screenwriter, author, and poet, several of whose books were made into motion pictures. In 1975, he received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Writing (Original Screenplay) and won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film for the film Lies My Father Told Me.

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Comments: (6)

Kajishakar
Loved this book!! My baby was nicknamed squowse due to his squirrel cheeks and his mouse noises he makes. When I saw this book it was a must buy. What I did not expect was a deep beautiful story.
Jake
I first read this book when I was a school librarian and it is a very special story. My fourth grade class listened intently during many visits as I read to them. When our library closed, I simply had to have my own copy, and mine is in much better shape that the one our school had. This book would make a great "G" movie!
Leceri
This book was in amazing shape. Great!!!
FLIDER
I first read this book over twenty years ago, out aloud, to my grandchildren. There were times when I had to stop and compose myself because, although this is very much a book for young children, it contains moments of genuine pathos which might well bring a tremble to your voice as it did mine way back then.

It's also a book about money; how some people who need it don't have any, and some people who have plenty don't need it. But the financial subtext is perhaps at times quite askew with today's sensibilities; a wretched wife-beating thug, for instance, becomes a civilised, caring gent and fine father to his children once wealthy.

The squowse himself, the furtive and anony-mouse(!) agent at the centre of events, is a charming little chap with a pure and unsullied worldview, whose only wish is to be reunited with his owner. The character is brought to life by Quentin Blake's superbly kinetic illustrations.

The message I found in this book, one that is well worth sharing with any child, is a simple one: it's not what you have in life, but who you have in your life that really counts.

A great book to share with a youngster... particularly if you're good at doing the voices!
Danrad
I read this book when I was little and it is just as good when I re-read it recently. The story, and the title, is unusual but the illustrations by Quentin Blake make the story come alive.
An essential book for children and those who will always be young at heart
Ance
I just reread this book to my daughter and loved it all over again. Does anyone know if Ted Allen is a pen name for Roald Dahl?
Willie the Squowse (Puffin Books) download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Ted Allan
ISBN: 0140311602
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: PUFFIN BOOKS; New Ed edition (1980)
Pages: 64 pages