I Don’t Like Cheese (eBook)

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Mike the mouse isn’t like other mice. He just won’t eat cheese. Fortunately, Ashley, the little human girl who lives in the house, feeds him lots of tasty treats: like pizza and tacos. But, hold on, don’t those have cheese in them? This delightful picture book explores how even the fussiest eaters can be tempted to try new flavours. And, if you’re anything like Mike, you might find you develop quite a taste for international cuisine along the way!

Written by Hannah Chandler when she was just 11 years old, I Don’t Like Cheese is hopefully the first of several adventures featuring Mike; now 12, Hannah is already planning the sequel.

SPECIFICATIONS: eBook | Colour | 24 Pages | 

Hannah Chandler used to dictate tales to her mum to write down when she was just three. Challenged by her principal to write a book, at the age of 11 she wrote I Don’t Like Cheese!

Lauren Merrick has always had a love of illustration. Growing up, most of her time was spent drawing and painting, and she now works full-time as an illustrator. She has developed her own whimsical illustration style, involving watercolour and paper-cut mediums.

Reading Time
“This perfectly packaged simple tale is sweet and engaging, with a fun moral to tempt fussy eaters, and a little bit of learning about food in other cultures to top it off.”


Perth West Australian
“Hannah’s story will let you know where your favourite foods might come from, and Lauren’s watercolour pictures … will make your mouth water.”


Australian Dairy Foods Magazine
“If you have fussy little eaters in your family this book might get them to eat cheese”


Kids Book Review
“It’s quite exciting to see talented young authors achieving success and Hannah’s I Don’t Like Cheese is an impressive first milestone in her writing career. I’m looking forward to reading more wonderful stories from Hannah in the future.”


Australian Dairy Foods Magazine
“If you have fussy little eaters in your family this book might get them to eat cheese”


Essential Kids
“Helping to bring a greater sense of exploration to dinner tables around the world.”


San Francisco Book Review (Reviewed by Jewel, Aged 7)
“The way the book was written was easy for me to read on my own. I think other kids should read this book because it will show them it is important to try new foods, they may like it.”

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