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Pitter and Patter are intrigued by the idea of learning the history of E.M. Maus Burrow. When the Mayor visits their classroom, they ask questions that pique their curiosity further. While taking a shortcut through God’s Acre, the mice are hunted by a cat. Even though they wind up grounded and sent to bed without supper, they have something important to share with Miss Mausy. She is so intrigued by their find that she posts pictures on the By Word Of Maus Blog to get more information. Emoji Modern Maus is so surprised by their find that he contacts Miss Mausy immediately. What was so important about the item the mice brought back with them? Find out more in The Path to Grave Danger: E.M. Maus Burrow Mystery, Book One by Bob Boehmer.
In The Path to Grave Danger by Bob Boehmer, Pitter and Patter are curious mice with a love for the history of their Burrows. The energetic way the mice investigate history to understand how their colony was founded will inspire kids to learn more about their own local history. The illustrations throughout the story are beautiful visuals that allow us a peek into the Maus colony and the events that take place. I recommend this adventurous tale to kids who love a fun-filled journey with a twist and can’t wait to see what mischief and adventure will be in book two of the E.M. Maus Burrow Mystery books.