She Was Nice to Mice

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She Was Nice To Mice: The Other Side of Elizabeth I's Character Never Before Revealed by Previous Historians (ISBN 0070565155) is a children's book written by actress Ally Sheedy, who was 12 at the time.[1]

The book features a mouse called Esther Esther who is transported back in time to England in the time of Queen Elizabeth I and William Shakespeare.

The book was illustrated by Jessica Ann Levy[2] (a 13-year-old at the time), and was published by McGraw Hill in 1975, becoming a best-seller.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Alissa Quart (1998-06-15). "Don't You Forget About Me". New York Magazine. 
  2. ^ Yvonne Zipp (2001-07-03). "Made-up stories of real life". Christian Science Monitor.