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  • 5 stars across 8 books
    Brooke Smith is Mimi's mom. A designer and writer, she started the Mimi and Maty series to reflect Mimi's big heart and all the fun she has helping animals. Smith lives with her husband, daughter, and many pets in Bend, Oregon. Alli Arnold is never without a pen and paper. Her first illustration was published when she was just seven years old, and she has gone on to illustrate for such clients as the New York Times, Bergdorf Goodman, and Tiffany & Co. Alli's little dog, Nino, likes to chase pigeons and squirrels. She lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.
    1st March 2020

    The Keeper of Wild Words

    A touching tale of a grandmother and her granddaughter exploring and cherishing the natural world. Words, the wood... More

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    4th March 2014

    Mimi and Maty to the Rescue!: Book 2: Sadie the Sheep Disappears Without a Peep!

    Mimi and her three-legged dog Maty are determined to help rescue any animal that needs help. Armed with their trusty ani... More

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    2nd September 2014

    Mimi and Maty to the Rescue!: Book 1: Roger the Rat is on the Loose!

    Meet Mimi and Maty! Mimi is an animal-loving girl, and Maty is her three-legged dog. Together, this fantastic duo sets o... More

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    11th September 2012

    Mimi and Maty to the Rescue!: Book 1: Roger the Rat is on the Loose!

    Meet Mimi and Maty! Mimi is an animal-loving girl and Maty is her three-legged dog. Together, this fantastic duo sets ou... More

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    18th January 2018

    Paint Little Girl

    A children's early reader. The story takes one around a backyard garden with a young girl describing what she sees to a ... More

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    1st November 2018

    The Mango Tree

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