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Meet Watson Mouse, friend and companion of Sherlock Ferret #picbk Adventures of Sherlock Ferret

Hello, thank you all for returning to our page. My sisters and I are happy to introduce you to one of the main characters of the Sherlock Ferret Adventures. A series of beautiful picture books with animals protect their friends and discover the criminals committing crimes within their world. Written by author Hugh Ashton

Sherlock Ferret Detective has his on Facebook page.
Without wasting more time, join me in welcoming, Watson Mouse, friend and companion of Sherlock Ferret, a famous inconsulting detective.

Watson, please tell the readers a little about the books.
  1. Sherlock Ferret and the Missing Necklace, Miss Leticia Rabbit leaves her gold necklace on the grass outside her house one evening. When she gets up in the morning, it is gone! 

    Sherlock Ferret and the Multiplying Masterpieces, Sherlock Ferret and his well-whiskered friend Watson Mouse M.D. visit the Museum, where they look at many paintings,

    Sherlock Ferret and the Poisoned PondWhen Mrs. Fieldmouse visits Sherlock Ferret and his friend Watson Mouse M.D. and tells them that her twelve children have all fallen sick, Sherlock has to find out what has been going on.

What do you like about your situation in your book?

I like living with Sherlock Ferret. He’s a very interesting sort of person to live with, and we have lots of adventures together, and we have many interesting friends, like Lestrade, who is a not very big rhinoceros, and Doctor Solomon Sloth, who sleeps a lot.
Living under Mrs. Hudson’s bakery is nice, too. We get splendid things to eat. I am not sure if Mrs. Hudson knows we live here, but sometimes I think she does, because we find lots of lovely food dropped right outside our door.

Mhia: In one of the books about me, there were nightmares. I hated that. What do you dislike about your situation in your book?
Sherlock Ferret is sometimes a bit selfish and thinks too much about himself. I mustn’t be too nasty about him, though, because that rainy day at the Museum he brought me some warm dry shoes and socks when my feet were all wet.
Also, sometimes our adventures are dangerous. I was really scared about Colonel Sebastian Moorhen when we met him, and the beasts by the poisoned pond were very nasty indeed. But we do have a chance to make things better, and that’s a good thing, isn’t it?

Karra: If you had a chance to rewrite your ‘story’, what would you change?

The stories really don’t have enough about my whiskers. They’re very fine whiskers, and there isn’t much about them in the books. Also, perhaps I say a few too many nasty things about Sherlock Ferret in my stories. He really isn’t that bad a person.

Gillean: Sometimes, I want to say mean things about my sisters, but my author, Ey won’t let me. She told me I needed to build my self-esteem. I learned a lot in the book she wrote about me. What would you keep in your story?

Oh, I think I’d keep everything. It’s fun to be with Sherlock Ferret, and share his adventures. Even the nefarious characters we meet sometimes, like Moriarty Magpie, are interesting, and people like to read about them.

Gillean:  Do you have a family? If so, how is your family life?
I have masses and masses of brothers and sisters and uncles and aunts and cousins and second cousins. We see each other sometimes. But really, I suppose Sherlock Ferret is my family.

 What do you wish people will learn/ enjoy about your story?
I hope that people will learn how important it is to have a good friend whom you can help, and who can help you. Also, how important it is to solve other people’s problems. Sherlock Ferret is very clever, and I think people will find it fun to read how he works when he’s solving puzzles.

Mhia: I understand what you’re saying. I have my sisters and they help me a lot.

Karra: What do you really think about your author?
I like my author, Hugh Ashton, a lot, because he just writes down what I say, and corrects my
spelling sometimes. I’m not very good at spelling sometimes, and I get words wrong. I always call Sherlock Ferret an insulting detective, which is wrong. He’s a consulting detective. And Andy Boerger draws lovely pictures of Sherlock and me, but he doesn’t show my whiskers enough in all of them. I do wish he’d show my whiskers properly.

Contact the author:

  • Hardcover: 170 pages
  • Publisher: Inknbeans Press LLC (November 21, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0988667045
  • ISBN-13: 978-0988667044
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.4 x 10 inches


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