This section exclusively lists all squirrels (flying, red, grey and otherwise).
||Mouse Math series
||A playful mouse who spends time with his sister Wanda.
||Flowers for Algernon
||A laboratory mouse who has undergone surgery to increase his intelligence by artificial means.
||Amos and Boris
||An adventurous mouse who loves the sea and becomes friends with a whale named Boris.
||A mouse who lives in a mouse village outside Paris and is determined to prove humans wrong in regarding mice as villainous.
||A young ballet dancer who has many great times and sometimes mishaps with her best friend Alice.
|Arthur and Humphrey
||The Church Mice series
||The two mice are the protagonists, along with Sampson the cat, in the series, which take place in and around a church in the fictional town of Whortlethope, England.
|Basil of Baker Street
||Basil of Baker Street
||A private detective mouse who lives in Sherlock Holmes's cellar.
|Bianca and Bernard
||Members of the 'Mouse Prisoner's Aid Society' assigned to rescue and cheer up poor imprisoned people in distress.
|Big Bad Mouse
||A cunning mouse who scares away all his predators with a made-up story about the Gruffalo but then finds the monster is real.
||Christopher Mouse: The Tale of a Small Traveler
||A domesticated mouse, who becomes an intrepid explorer, braving danger along the way.
|The Cranston Family
||Secrets at Sea
||Made out of Helena, Louise, Beatrice, Lamont, and their later parents and sisters Vicky and Alice.
||The Tale of Despereaux
||A castle-mouse and the only living mouse of his mother's last litter. Named for the despairs and sadnesses of that time, Despereaux is an oddball among the mouse community from birth, as he is born with a small body, huge ears, and open eyes.
|Frankie and Benjy
||Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy
||Two members of the species which had ordered the Magratheans to construct planet Earth
||Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye
||A nervous, mild-mannered mouse who would like nothing better than to live a quiet life, but he keeps getting involved in far-away adventures with his relatives.
|Hunca Munca & Tom Thumb
||The Tale of Two Bad Mice
||They both destroy a doll's house finding the food is inedible. But after a change of heart they fix the damage.
||Jane Breskin Zalben
||An art-loving mouse who proceeds to fill an empty museum exhibit with her own abstract art.
|Johnny Town-Mouse and Timmy Willie
||The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse
||Johnny lives in town which proves to be too scary and too much for Timmy, while Timmy lives in the country which is too quiet and full of sudden surprises for Johnny.
|Martin the Warrior
||Mossflower, Martin the Warrior, & The Legend of Luke
||Martin, a young mouse, is the son of a warrior. In Martin the Warrior, Martin manages to escape from slavery at the hands of Badrang the Tyrant, and then returns to take back his father's stolen sword and put an end to Badrang forever. Martin's further adventures are chronicled in the other two books.
||A mouse exiled from her mousehole and becomes a maid at the dolls' house, employed by Sailor Doll.
||Redwall & Mattimeo
||A young, clumsy mouse who eventually becomes a great warrior and defeats the evil rat Cluny the Scourge.
||Max the Mouse series
||A grey mouse, who has many domestic adventures, often with his beloved cat-tiger toy. He was created in 1982. The book series were then adapted into a German TV Series in 1987 titled "Philipp die Maus" plus an up to date magazine series.
||Milo and the Magical Stones
||A mischievous little mouse, who discovers a magic glowing stone which starts up a hunt for more of these stones.
||Mus of Kerbridge
||A mouse made intelligent by a brutal spell and becomes adventurous on a quest in Kerbridge.
||Robert C. O'Brien
||Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
||A widowed field mouse who seeks the aid of a group of former laboratory rats in rescuing her home from destruction by a farmer's plow.
||A brown mouse, very into literature who manages to trick his way out of Weasel's soup pot by telling him stories as a part of his Mouse Soup recipe.
||The Green Mile
||A mouse whom Del teaches various tricks.
||E. B. White
||A white mouse adopted by the Little family in New York City.
||The Kitten Who Thought He Was A Mouse
||The family consists of the mother, father, Lester and his two sisters. They then adopt and raise an abandoned kitten Lester named Mickey.
|The Mouse King
||"The Nutcracker and the Mouse King"
||The seven-headed mouse king who leads his mouse army in an epic battle against the Nutcracker and the toys.
||The middle child of her family, who makes noise to get some attention.
||The Mouse and the Motorcycle
||A mouse who lives in the run-down Mountain View Inn, and takes interest in a boy's toy motorcycle.
||C. S. Lewis
||Chronicles of Narnia
||A brave and gallant mouse.
||A mouse who loves reading and is inspired to write his own books.
||Becomes Santa's little helper on Christmas Eve.
||Sheila Rae, the Brave
||A fearless but reckless sort who brags on about her bravery until her little sister Louise gets the better of her.
||A. J. Macgregor
||The Story of Snips - A Very Naughty Mouse
||A mischievous mouse who is prone to getting in trouble and runs away to seek a better life.
||The Tailor of Gloucester
||They live in tunnels between the tailor's workshop and house. After he rescues them from Simkins, they repay him by finishing a wedding coat while he is ill in bed.
||The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse
||A terribly tidy mouse who doesn't like even specks of dirty feet in her house.
||Vera the mouse
||A sweet and feminine Dutch country mouse
This section exclusively lists all rats (domestic, barn, wharf and pack rats alike).
||A menacing rat featured in this 1968 horror novel; also appears in the film adaptation Willard, the 2003 remake Willard, and the sequel Ben.
||The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents
||A near-blind albino rat with a guru-like guidance to the rats and the only one who can withstand Spider's mind control.
||Fallen king of the rats, father of Saul, and locked into a centuries long feud with the Piper.
||W. H. Beck
||Malcom at Midnight
||A class pet rat, who is prejudiced as a menace by the Midnight Academy until he proves them wrong by saving a kidnapped Iguana.
||Frances Hodgeson Burnett
||A Little Princess
||A domestic rat whom Sara Crewe befriends during her time as a servant at Miss Minchin's Seminary; she calls him "a Bastille rat sent to be my friend".
||Adventures of the Rat Family
||Heroine of the rat family, who sets to undo the evil magician Gardafour's wicked spells.
||Emmy and the Rat series
||Emmy's closest friend, who comforts the girl at stressful times and has amazing powers.
|Samuel Whiskers & Anna Maria
||The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly-Poly Pudding
||A rat couple who try to make Tom Kitten into a pudding until they are driven away by John Joiner.
||The Underland Chronicles
||Main character, giant rat (gnawer), leader of the rat resistance
||A white rat who is befriended, and used for evil, in this 1968 horror novel; also appears in the film adaptation Willard and the 2003 remake Willard.
||A white pet of Sarah and Michael McGraw who becomes the leader of the mutant rats and introduces them to music and dance.
||E. B. White
||A barnyard rat who unwillingly helps Wilbur and cares more about eating things.
||Pie Rats: The Forgotten Map
||A circus rat, originally named Wentworth Winterbottom, who becomes a Pie Rat and a member of Captain Black Rat's crew aboard the Apple Pie and is renamed Whisker.
|Mr. and Mrs. Beaver
||C. S. Lewis
||The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
||Beaver couple who assist the Pevensie children in Narnia.
|Chilawee and Chikanee
||The Adventures of Sajo and her Beaver People
||Two young beavers, Chilawee and Chikanee, adopted by Sajo, an Ojibwe First Nations girl.
||An adventurous chipmunk who would rather play than go to school. Illustrations by Nino Carbe
||The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes
||Timmy Tiptoes' saviour in the nut theft riot.
||Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
||Spends most of his time sleeping and occasionally cutting in conversations without paying attention.
||A porcupine who is the best friend of the deer mouse Poppy.
|Olga da Polga
||The Tales of Olga da Polga series
||Olga was named after the Bond family's real guinea pig.
|Paddy the Beaver
||The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver
||An industrious beaver who builds a dam, a lodge, and a canal in the Green Forest.
||A deer mouse who loves dancing. She shows bravery when she takes it upon herself to find out the truth behind Ocax and save her family.
||An unnamed porcupine represents the tough outside and kind heart of the narrator, Jacqueline, who faces difficult times when her father dies and her mother abandons her and her two younger siblings. In the final scene, she meets and feeds the wild porcupine.
||European water vole
||The Wind in the Willows
||A generous and understanding good friend of Mole, but has many doubts about Mr. Toad.