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The Mouse in the Teapot-bookcover

By: Sheila Tyrer Hughes

The Mouse in the Teapot

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Charlie Pringle has a dream. He wants to own a mountain bike and go cycling in the hills. Not a very practical idea when you live in town, next to a canal and a derelict shoe factory. Undeterred, Charlie sets out to earn some money. At the same time, Charlie’s class is studying the Second World War, looking for heroes. Charlie’s visit to old Mrs Tyrer and the accidental discovery of the mouse in the teapot trigger an adventure into the past and teach Charlie about the realities of war, about friendship, loyalty and the importance of family. He also learns that heroes can be found in unexpected places and dreams really can come true.

Sheila Tyrer Hughes was born in North Wales in the snowy spring of 1947. She has worked in a path. lab., taken care of children and horses in California, and on her return to Wales, trained to be an English teacher. She was passionate about reading as a child, so it seemed quite natural to recreate colourful characters and situations in order to revisit that wonderful world of imagination. She is married, has two sons and two granddaughters, and lives in Cheshire.

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