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This is an alternate cover edition of The Tale Of Despereaux Welcome to the story of Despereaux Tilling a mouse who is in love with music stories and a princess named Pea It is also the story of a rat called Roscuro who lives in the darkness and covets a world filled with light And it is the story of Miggery Sow a slow witted serving girl who harbors a simple impossible wish These three characters are about to embark on a journey that will lead them down into a horrible dungeon up into a glittering castle and ultimately into each other’s lives And what happens then? As Kate DiCamillo would say Reader it is your destiny to find out


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    From the moment Despereaux the mouse was born everyone knew he was different Born extremely small with strange ears and the only survivor of the litter his parents weren't sure if he could stay alive As time goes on Despereaux becomes quite a curious little critter and begins to question the world around him He discovers a love for music and falls in love with a lovely princess named Pea The issue is that Despereaux has gone against the rules put forth by the mouse council by showing himself to the princess and now he must deal with the consequences by spending time in the dark dungeon below the castle He's been ordered by the mouse council including his father and there's no turning back He considered fainting He deemed it the only reasonable response to the situation in which he found himself but then he remembered the words of the threadmaster honor courtesy devotion and braveryI will be brave thought Despereaux I will try to be brave like a knight in shining armor I will be brave for Princess Pea The book is told in four parts and the entire book setting takes place at the castle in the kingdom of Dor The whole book is narrated by an omniscient narrator whom isn't related to the story but remains the storyteller throughout The first part begins with Despereaux and his family The second covers a rat named Chiaroscuro Roscuro who is very confused and on the verge of becoming evil The third book introduces a new character named Miggery Sow a young girl who was abandoned by her father and wants nothing than to become a princess just like Pea The fourth and last part of the book is when all of these characters come together for the climax of the story and I have to say that their fate is never predictableOther characters include King Phillip Pea's father ruler of Dor a jailer a cook and an evil rat in the dungeon named Botticelli We honestly loved all of the characters Each one had their own story and were well developed Despereaux was hands down my favorite character Regardless of his size he's very hopeful and courageous His fear is always present but his perseverance prevails Miggery Sow was my son's favorite and she was likable with her eventual change of heart We loved her language and her repeated use of the word Gor My daughter's favorite character was Roscuro because you're never totally sure who's side he's going to takeWe found the story charming as it reads like a fairy tale I was a little nervous once I realized that the book was told in separate parts You get so invested in the first part and can't wait to find out what will unfold and then there's the switch to a new book with new characters I thought that format might derail us but it didn't We appreciated the sketched illustrations which enhance the story and bring the characters to life There's a lot going on between characters and the action makes this a real page turner There were twists we didn't see coming and there was no telling what direction the story would take I always love the themes in Kate DiCamillo's books and this story includes themes of love revenge courage family and forgivenessOverall Kate DiCamillo has woven another wonderful story for children that even adults can enjoy I'm so glad I purchased this for our home library because I know it's one that we'll reread in the future5