Author Jody Cottle’s new book “What a Mouse Would Sing if a Mouse Could Sing” is an adorable children’s story about a little mouse who loves to sing

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Recent release “What a Mouse Would Sing if a Mouse Could Sing” from Page Publishing author Jody Cottle is a charming children’s story that explores what types of songs a mouse might like to sing.

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Jody Cottle has completed her new book “What a Mouse Would Sing if a Mouse Could Sing”: a fun and entertaining children’s story that introduces a fun-loving mouse who loves to sing.

This is the first book in the author’s “Series of Possibilities.” A mother of three daughters, Jody hails from the small town of Rigby, Idaho, the birthplace of television. Jody has been a piano teacher for over forty-two years. When not working on her books or teaching lessons, Jody spends her time juggling a professional career in healthcare, tending to her garden and yard, spending time with her husband of over thirty-three years, and spoiling her grandchildren.

Cottle writes, “If a mouse could sing, what would he sing at the top of his tiny little voice? I think he would sing a rock ’n’ roll tune, ‘Let’s all make some noise.’”

She continues, “Perhaps he might sing a love song, slow and from his heart. He’ll bring flowers to his sweetheart. ‘And we’ll never be apart.’”

Published by Page Publishing, Jody Cottle’s engaging tale is complete with vibrant, colorful illustrations that help to bring the story to life.

Readers who wish to experience this original work can purchase “What a Mouse Would Sing if a Mouse Could Sing” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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