Can Garage People and House People Be Friends?

Local author Mika Fosse’s new book, Garage People, a charming and exciting story of adventure and friendship, is sure to entice readers of all ages.
 
 
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Jan. 6, 2009 - PRLog -- The Garage People live happily in Tim and Edith’s garage, amongst the piles of long-forgotten junk. They’re small, but there are a lot of them, for Garage People like big families.

They watch their human neighbors, the House People, from secret places; they’d like to be friends, but House People are nervous creatures and might attack. Perhaps it’s because Garage People happen to be rats—nice, fancy rats in many different colors, but rats all the same. So the Garage People keep hidden, but are always ready to help when they’re needed.

When youngster rat Sally sets off on one of her romps, the Garage People think she is missing and send out a search party. Hitching a ride with a wanted criminal, they get caught up in his arrest.

Will the Garage People be able to find Sally in time? Will the House People ever realize the fancy rats have been helping them? Can the two ever become friends? Pick up your copy of this adventurous book today.

Publisher’s Web site:  http://www.eloquentbooks.com/GaragePeople.html  

About the Author:                                                                                              
Mika Fosse grew up in the East of England and fondly remembers her Mum and Dad reading bed-time stories to her as a little girl, just as she did with her children and then grandchildren. She began writing at the early age of 10 and later, when she had her own children, she wrote stories for them. Mika and her husband have their own Garage People. They keep fancy rats in their garage, and for their not-so-rat-friendly friends, Mika refers to them as “the garage people.” Mika and her husband, Graham, live in Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
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