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Tribes of Redwall Mice

Tribes of Redwall Mice
UK 1st Edition Cover
Author Brian Jacques
Illustrator Jonathan Walker
Cover artist Jonathan Walker
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Redwall
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Red Fox (UK) & Philomel (US)
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 24 pp
ISBN ISBN 0-09-941414-7 (UK Paperback) & ISBN 0-399-24283-X (US Paperback)
OCLC 53203476
LC Class MLCS 2006/45895
Preceded by Tribes of Redwall Otters
Followed by Tribes of Redwall Squirrels

Tribes of Redwall Mice was published in 2003 as an accessory to the Redwall series by Brian Jacques. It was illustrated by Jonathan Walker.[1]

This booklet about mice in the Redwall series features trivia questions, a giant poster, and profiles of many of the mouse characters in the series, including Martin the Warrior.


  1. ^ Alibris: 9780099414148

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