Written by: Paul Choy
When the mouse decided to explore the world little fact he knew that he has no relevance with the animals in the zoo! The short ebook story is all about searching happiness in different places without knowing that happiness is what we have!
Once upon a time, a mouse lived in a small hole below a small tree. He lived alone and never saw any mice for months. Nor he had any mirror. He did not really know what he is and interested to know about him. One day he left the hole and decided to explore the world. He carried a little bag with essential things and reached a nearby zoo.
The little mouse saw four animals in the zoo. The first one was a long necked giraffe, the second one was a huge elephant, the third one was a fierce lion and the fourth one was a wild eagle with broad wings.
He explored and encountered a few experiences with each animal to find who he is. The little mouse tried to capture and copy the activities of lion, elephant, giraffe and eagle! Finally, he understood that he was very unique from the other animals in the zoo and he felt very sad.
Later, an incident happened where the mouse was happy for being himself as a mouse! Read the animated story with beautiful illustrations.
The experiences of mouse with each animal are funny and the readers would develop a kindness on the little mouse, and that’s the success of this story!
The ebook is available in downloadable format. You can either download for your kid or let the child read it online. Most of us love the text narrated with related pictures. Designed with clear and vivid picture of animals, the ebook surely attract the kids.
Beautiful zoo, colorful images, excellent picturization of animals, and of course, the hero of the story, the little mouse and his words! It is brilliantly scripted. Sometime being what we really are makes us happy and safe. Don’t look at others, their state, the place they live, the facilities others have, etc because what we have is special and unique, which gives ultimate happiness.
You will discover what the real happiness is, just like the mouse did!