Rolf the moose who thought he was a mouse

Genre: Children

Book Summary

With a breathtaking Norwegian forest as backdrop, this tale conveys the powerful message that each one of us is special and that our worth should never be underestimated. Who ever thought that a friendship between a big moose and a little
mouse could turn out to be such an amazing adventure?
Rolf the moose is lost in the forest after being separated from his mother. He can’t face the dangers of the forest because he sees himself as a timid, helpless animal. Hedda, a small mouse, then arrives on the scene and turns his world around.

About the Author

Anita Hager (1980-) is a mother of two who lives in a small cozy
town in Norway. She and her husband also share their
home with four cats. Her imaginative and meaningful children’s stories follow in the
tradition of her Grandmother who read to her when she was a little girl. Now Anita reads her own stories to her two little boys at night and has decided to share them with others.
You will see her love of animals reflected on each page as well as her dream to help children grow up knowing how special they are.
She has created The Be the Magic you Are series of books for children. Books with stories that inspire children to be the magic they are by being themselves and reaching for their dreams. Most of the stories are based on animal characters that combine great stories with great illustrations.

Her first children’s storybook, entitled Luke – the Horse who Wanted to be a Unicorn, is about a spotted horse, Luke, who is ashamed of his spots and dreams of becoming a unicorn – only to discover that it is best to be himself. The book is about self-acceptance, which is important for children to learn at an early age. In fact, it’s important for everyone to learn!

Her saying is “Be yourself and you are always a unicorn! Be the magic you are!”

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