Children - Animals
32 Pages
Reviewed on 12/13/2013
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Author Biography

Meaghan Fisher is an Award Winning Author that has over ten years experience working with children. She has a BS in Psychology and a Minor in Women’s Studies. Meaghan has seven published children’s books and several Five Star Reviews from Readers Favorite and an Award of Best Picture Book of the Year: 2013 for her Mousekabitz book. All of her children’s books contain moral lessons and values sometimes overlooked in the world we live in today. Her books are written in the hopes to inspire parents to want to teach their children to be better people through the moral lessons in her books. Meaghan has written: Sadie the Skunk, Lars the Monkey Flies a WACO Airplane, I Love Ladybugs, Giuseppe’s Famous Pizza Pies, Mousekabitz, Tyler the Fish Saves Lake Erie, If I could Pull the Moon from the Sky & Owlie Learns to Fly! Coming Soon: The Strawberry Festival!

    Book Review

Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite

Mousekabitz by Meaghan Fisher and illustrated by Tina Dunnier is an endearing pictorial storybook, which introduces young readers to the concept of perseverance. The book also helps a child develop problem solving skills, as well as a vibrant imagination. Children are often attracted to and love books filled with colorful pictures, to enhance their imagination and enable a more comprehensible view of the story. The author provides simple but endearing illustrations to allow for a comfortable story telling experience.

Mousekabitz had made his home behind a piece of furniture inside a human's house. When the human woman of the house finds his home, he is forced to try to make a new one. However, when the man of the house tries to find Mousekabitz, he decides to run, but finds himself in front of a hole in the wall he has never entered before and he hears music.

The author teaches children about problem solving and does so in a tasteful and relatable way. For example, many children's stories have a mouse character that is warm and approachable. The author uses a mouse to portray the main character of her story. A child would find this amusing and exciting. The mouse, like some children, has come into some trouble, and needs to figure out a way out of it, or solve the problem.

Mousekabitz is a fun, exciting, and adventurous story, not only helping with problem solving but providing children with the concept of self-accomplishment and friendship. A child will also learn to overcome fear of the unknown when reading this book. A story fit for a beginner reader and an experienced one to enjoy alone, or together.


This book is endearing and exciting. I love the illustration. The illustrator did an outstanding job brining the words to life. The little mouse comes to life in this book. Cute story, awesome pictures.