Review of Where Mice Meet the Sea

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Bef Ozo
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Review of Where Mice Meet the Sea

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[Following is an official review of "Where Mice Meet the Sea" by Victor Orne.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Woody is a boat builder who grew up near the sea. He enjoyed making pancakes and maple syrup, but whenever he attempted to make them, he discovered holes in his flour bag. He knew the mice were to blame for the holes. He planned how to get the mice out of his house, so he set a spring-loaded trap for them. The trap captured the mice and rendered them motionless and helpless. When Woody saw this, he was sad. He realized he had harmed the mice and resolved to do better in the future. He was depressed and sailed off into the sea on his boat. He had an idea while on the sea about how to catch the mice without hurting them. What was this idea? Will this idea work? Grab a copy of this book to find out more.

This book was enjoyable to read. What I enjoyed the most was the plot. It may appear insignificant, but it is a serious issue that most people avoid discussing. Most people believe that harming animals is the only way to solve a problem or make a point, but Woody demonstrated otherwise. I admired his fondness for the mice. It was a genuine emotion. This book will help to raise awareness about animal safety and teach humans how to create safer pest-control methods that do not harm animals. This book also emphasizes the importance of devoting time to reflection. When the author mentioned being at sea, I felt a sense of calm wash over me.

This book is full of optimism and serenity. Woody's personality is fantastic, and I admire it greatly. I liked how the author's writing style was straightforward and didn't mince words. He also used simple, easy-to-understand words. I liked how this book included images. These images were stunning and vibrant. In fact, there is nothing negative to say about this book.

Where Mice Meet the Sea by Victor Orne is a fantastic book that deserves a full rating. So I give this book 5 out of 5 stars because it was both interesting and impactful. I liked how, despite its short length, this book contained a lot of important messages. This book's editing is excellent, and I cannot recommend any changes to it.

I recommend this book to young readers who enjoy books about compassion and animal care. This book is brief and can be read in a short amount of time.

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Post by Amy Luman »

I admire the fact that Woody wanted to keep the mice fro getting into his stuff without hurting them. That he recognized this while at sea is a testament to the calming qualities the water has for some.
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Post by Clara Tom »

This book was lively and I really enjoyed how the author directed all the points in a way that the authors will understand easily. I hope to read this book soon as it was really enjoyable.
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