Chester is dressed 1920's style and is just on his way to play a round of golf with his pals. Chester thinks he's the bees' knees and cat's pyjamas at the game but his pals know otherwise :)
Not suitable for children under 3
Little Nippers live on the embankments of railway stations. You may have spotted some of them scurrying along the tracks on the London Underground or have noticed one on the grass verge of a little country station in Scotland. You may even have seen one on the sandy dunes at the side of a station by the seaside in Devon or Cornwall. They live in the large city stations of Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol Temple Meads as well as the tiny stations of Buckenham and Dilton Marsh. Wherever there is a railway station, no matter how big or small, no matter how old or new, you will find Little Nippers and their baby Pip Squeaks. Or maybe you won't find them, as they are sometimes very hard to spot. But they are always there - large families of mice, each family bearing the name of the station, in which they have made their home. These stories are all about their adventures and, don't forget, next time you visit a railway station, keep your eyes open and you may just see one of the Little Nippers scurrying about. They are very friendly little mice - welcome to their world!
I always loved stories and illustrations of mice, when I was a child and thought it would be lovely to create original little mice that are all individually named, and write stories about them. My mice are made from best quality materials and are all handcrafted with love. The Little Nipper stories are also available in my shop.
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