Have you ever heard of a mouse who
loves to eat rice balls? Have you ever heard of a rice ball? If
not, let me introduce you to my friend Musubi Mouse. I'm sure
you'll find him special and one of a kind.
Musubi Mouse lived in a house high above the clouds.
It was so high he had to take the elevator, because if he took
the stairs, he'd be too tired when he got home.
Musubi Mouse got his name from eating rice balls, his favorite
food. He loved to eat rice balls of all kinds, so he was quite roly
"It is near impossible to read this charming and sweet-spirited
book without smiling. I have read it to my young nephews who
laughed at the story, pointed out details in the fun illustrations,
and now they want to eat a sticky rice ball like 'Musubi'." —
Jon Bernstein, Director, Playwright, and Screenwriter of "Meet
The Robinsons," "Beautiful," "Ringmaster," and the hit stage
"I loved reading "Musubi Mouse," a children's book which i
totally enjoyed. Every page was a delight, filled with incredible
illustrations which burst with imagination and color. The images
were cute, funny, and heartwarming. This book is TRULY a wonderful
contribution to the world of children's books." — Eric Morris,
Actor, Acting Teacher, and Author of "No Acting Please," and many
A Review from one of many moms:
"My kids have been asking me to read them Musubi Mouse several
times a week. I told them about how you wrote it and they were
inspired to write their own stories. They started writing out their
own drafts last night. Thank you for creating such a treasured
story for all." — Kristen O.
Expert Reviews from some Third Graders:
"I thought it was a good book. I loved the stories and the
pictures. The best part was when Musubi Mouse had his birthday!" —
"I liked your book a lot. Can you write a series for the books?"
— Sean P.
"I think Musubi Mouse was a great book. I really liked the
illustrations and I think it had a fantastic ending." —