Do you know what a mouse eats? Could you identify its footprint? Do you know what its nest looks like? Follow the mouse's life cycle, from the first few hours of a new-born pup to finding a mate. Look inside to discover the exciting world of the mouse, from behind the walls of inner-city homes to remote rural hedgerows - explore some of the different habitats that are the mouse's home. Find out about the threats facing mice and why they can become pests. Each book in the "Animal Neighbours" series covers such topics as the life cycle of the featured animal, its habitat, food chains, and threats, and also gives clues on how to find the animal in the children's local environment.
Stephen Savage is a biologist, natural history lecturer and Associate Member of the Institute of Biology. Author of over 26 natural history books for children, Stephen works with schoolchildren and adults focusing on the local environment and how people can discover its secrets for themselves.