Redwall (Redwall, #1) by Brian Jacquesyou know what was the best part of these books? and i say books as in plural because there were so fucking many of them i cant sit still long enough to check them all off. and i DID read every single one. what else was there to do in middle school?
anyway, the best part of these books was brians description of food. it was magnificent. it didnt just make you hungry, it made you crave weird ass things that nobody would ever dream about eating in middle school. nutted cheeses and flan bread and berry cakes and what-not; almost makes you want to be a sword weilding ferret yourself.
which was good because by the tenth book you started to realize there was a trend to the plotlines. something bad happens, small furry animals go on a quest. they fight a lot of little battles until one major battle which the good guys almost lose until, when all hope is lost, a giant contingent of allies created on the preceding journey show up to conquer evil: together.
still, i always finished satisfied. and a little hungry.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie - Animated Childrens Book- By Laura Numeroff
Mice Were Wildly Popular In Children's Books In The '90s — But Why?
Martin the Warrior is a fantasy novel by Brian Jacques , published in It is the sixth book in the Redwall series. It is also one of the three Redwall novels to be made into a TV series. Martin the Warrior tells the story of a young mouse named Martin , a slave in Marshank under the cruel stoat Badrang the Tyrant. When Badrang leaves Martin to be tortured by the weather and the birds, a young mousemaid named Laterose , or Rose whom Martin falls in love with and a mole named Grumm hear his cry of defiance. They become instrumental in helping Martin, along with a squirrel named Felldoh , and Rose's brother Brome , escape Marshank.
What is it about mice? Some people get cats just to limit the mouse population, and we all know stories of ladies jumping up on tables or chairs, screaming at the sight of them.
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