“Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette,” by Victoria J. Coe
The Duxbury Rural & Historical Society has acquired publishing rights to Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette by Duxbury author Victoria J. Coe (Fenway and Hattie).
The middle grade historical adventure, set in 1822 and inspired by actual events, weaves together the stories of King Caesar’s grandson in pursuit of smugglers, and a mouse desperate to reunite with his family and find the 500-pound cheese called “Lafayette.”
Publication is scheduled for September 2021; Marietta Zacker at Gallt & Zacker Literary represented the author in the deal for world rights. All proceeds of the sale of this book are generously being donated by the author to the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society.
Ms. Coe is the author of the successful series, “Fenway & Hattie.” Learn more at https://www.victoriajcoe.com/
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Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette
Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette (October 2021) by Victoria J. Coe.
205 pages; paperback. Published by the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society, 2021.
$12.50 + tax and shipping/handling (if chosen). Local pick up available; you will be notified by email when the book is available. All proceeds of the sale of this book are being donated by the author and illustrator to support the mission of the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society.
Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette (October 2021) by Victoria J. Coe. 205 pages; paperback. Published by the Duxbury Rural & Historical Society, 2021.
Set in Duxbury in 1822, Ezra and the Mouse: The Search for Lafayette is a fast-paced historical adventure that will have readers rooting for two unlikely heroes – Ezra Weston IV, the 12 year old grandson of shipping magnate King Caesar, and a mouse named Bertie that he and his cousin Elizabeth Bradford rescue (or “capture” as the mice believe) at the shipyard. Told in dual points of view, inspired by actual events, and written by Duxbury native and popular children’s author Victoria J. Coe, readers of all ages will delight in seeing Duxbury’s shipbuilding past come to life while discovering a surprising, yet little known episode about the Marquis de Lafayette.
About the Author:
Victoria J. Coe is the author of Fenway and Hattie: the Global Read Aloud for Early Readers, Amazon Teacher’s Pick, and a “One School, One Book” favorite. She is also the author of three Fenway and Hattie sequels, as well as a forthcoming chapter book series from Penguin Young Readers. Victoria grew up in Duxbury, graduated from Duxbury High School, and now lives in both Boston and Duxbury with her family. Visit her online at victoriajcoe.com.