Easter Maus - A Third Small Tale of Sisters House features a Salem potter, Brother Peter and his family, including daughter Nan, who live in the country nearby Bethabara. Sister Maus meets her country mice cousins and enjoys visiting with them in their home in a spacious barn. She joins a Moravian band and learns to play the trumpet, just in time to participate in the Eater Sunrise celebrations from Bethabara to Salem. A delightful tale illustrated with original watercolors, Easter Maus brings together the best of the artist's imagination and historical accuracy. The Author's Notes included in each Sister Maus book contains valuable information for adults and children.
About the Author/Illustrator
Dr. John Hutton has taught in the art department at Salem College since 1990 and now chairs that department. He was educated at Princeton and Harvard universities. He is the author and illustrator of The White House ABC: A Presidential Alphabet (2004) and Alphababel, an Illustrated Tower of Languabets (2001) in addition to the four books featuring Sister Maus.
Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers