A mouse decides one morning to make an omelet, but needs an egg, and sets out to find one. On his search, he eventually finds everything needed to bake a cake, including apples, flour, and sugar, but also those most precious ingredients--community and friends, from a hedgehog to an owl to a raccoon--and learns about the unexpected gifts of asking for what you need and sharing what you have.
Davide Cali is an award-winning children's book author of more than fifty books, including A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to School, The Queen of the Frogs, and When an Elephant Falls in Love. He lives in France and Italy.
Details: Hardcover with jacket
Size: 8 X 11 IN
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