“After Clovis saves the day, Grandpa is eager to relive his own former glory days as the hero of Amsterdam’s Centraal Station…to anyone willing to listen,” writes Kash. “Before he was known as Grandpa, Henri was a young mouse just starting out with the railway. What started out as an exciting tale of heroism, Henri reflects back on his youth and his fateful meeting with the love of his life, Marion. Along the way, he realizes there is more to the story than even he remembered. From his own days working for the Amsterdam Centraal Railway, to his whirlwind romance with the mouse of his dreams and concluding with the moment Henri saved the lives of dozens of people on the railway, Grandpa weaves a tale that is at once, both wry and filled with sorrow, as only he can.”
Published by Page Publishing, Mark Kash’s exhilarating story is an emotional journey that will have readers on the edge of their seats as Henri’s leaps into action when certain disaster arises. Expertly paced and both heartwarming and suspenseful, readers of all ages will experience a captivating thrill ride they are sure to want to revisit over and over again.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “The Mice at Amsterdam Centraal Station: The Tale of How Grandpa Lost His Tail” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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