The Sisters Saint-Claire and the Royal Mouse Ball

Carlie Gibson, illustrated by Tamsin Ainslie
AUD $19.99

The sisters Saint-Claire are five French mice who love fashion and food, and who, with a little thrift and a lot of ingenuity, help Queen Julie S Cheeser host a most memorable ball. Suitable for readers of The Sisters Saint-Claire and Ruby Red Shoes.

'To all the Saint-Claires, you are hereby invited
To join me this Sunday, I'd be most delighted!
Dress in your best for a Royal Mouse Ball
I'll open the palace for mice, one and all!'

Queen Julie S. Cheeser has invited the entire village to her glamorous Royal Ball, but with nothing to wear, what are the villagers to do? Luckily, the Sisters Saint-Claire have a thrifty idea ... or two!

A delightful rhyming tale about family, friendship and five fashionable French mice, with divine illustrations bound to inspire every creative heart.

Author bio:

Carlie Gibson is a children's book author and mum to three young children. She has a passion for the power of words and loves the challenge of writing in rhyming verse. She lives in Canberra with her family and works as a communications adviser. The Sisters Saint-Claire and the Royal Mouse Ball is her second book, inspired by the simple joy of family, community and making the most of what you have.

Tamsin Ainslie was born and educated in the UK and lives in Murwillumbah with her daughters Olympia and Matilda. Tamsin started drawing at an early age, making books and keeping illustrated journals. She works from her home-based studio spending most of her time illustrating children's books, designing book covers, drawing, painting and printmaking.

Category: Children's
ISBN: 9781760523640
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: October 2018
Page Extent: 48
Format: Hard Cover
Age: 4 - 8
Subject: Picture books