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by Loretta Krupinski

Author: Loretta Krupinski
Subcategory: Animals
Language: English
Publisher: Hyperion Books for Children (August 23, 2004)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.8
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Loretta Krupinski (Author, Illustrator). As Gilbert the Elder explains, "When the sword is grasped and the horn is blow. .

Loretta Krupinski (Author, Illustrator).spirits of the mice who were once brave warriors" will come to the bearer's aid. Frightened by rodents that he smells but cannot see, Max runs away, and the queen and her small companions eventually learn how to coexist. The medieval setting is established on the book's cover and is beautifully consistent throughout.

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Among her 27 children's books are Dear Rebecca, Winter is Here by Jean Loretta Krupinski (1940) is the author/illustrator of many cherished books for children and adults

Among her 27 children's books are Dear Rebecca, Winter is Here by Jean Loretta Krupinski (1940) is the author/illustrator of many cherished books for children and adults. Working for many years as an illustrator and graphic designer, Loretta has chosen to pursue a dual career as a maritime artist as well as an author and illustrator of books for children. She has won numerous awards for both.

She has won numerous awards for both

When the Queen of All You Can See discovers she has mice in her castle she. Among her 27 children's books are Dear Rebecca, Winter is Here by Jean Crai Loretta Krupinski (1940) is the author/illustrator of many cherished books for children and adults.

The beloved illustrator of "Christmas in the City" puts a fresh twist on the classic cat-and-mouse chase in this story in which an infamous feline, employed by the queen to rid her castle of mice, becomes the hunted with the help of an ancient mouse legend.

The Sword and the Horn . by Loretta Krupinski & illustrated by Loretta Krupinski. Mildly amusing and shiny to look at. (Picture book. 1st ed. by Loretta Krupinski. Published 2004 by Hyperion Books For Children in New York About the Book.

The Royal Mice: The Sword and the Horn by Loretta Krupinski. Give each child a streamer to dance with. Play medieval music (like baroque) or some classical and then fast music. The Usborne Book of Castle Tales by Heather Amery. The Very Smart Pea and the Princess-to-be by Mini Grey.

Results from Google Books. With the help of an ancient legend, the mice find themselves on the chase of their life. They intend to chase Max from the castle instead-they just have to figure out how. Library descriptions.

Artist Loretta Krupinski expresses her love for the coasts and forests of.

Artist Loretta Krupinski expresses her love for the coasts and forests of her native New England through both her paintings and the highly praised illustrations she has created to enhance the works of numerous children's picture-book authors. Her Christmas in the City and The Royal Mice: The Sword and the Horn follow the adventures of sprightly mice. Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1940, Krupinski showed an early aptitude for drawing. Another book about the sea that benefits from Krupinski's artistic talents is nineteenth-century diarist Celia Thaxter's Celia's Island Journal, which Krupinski adapted into picture-book format.

When the Queen of All You Can See discovers she has mice in her castle she employs the infamous feline, Max the Magnificent, to hunt them down. But the mice are smarter and braver than they're given credit for, and they have no intention of scurrying quite so easily. They intend to chase Max from the castle instead-they just have to figure out how. With the help of an ancient legend, the mice find themselves on the chase of their life.