Milo and his fellow cliff-dwelling mice friends build a raft and travel to a tropical island inhabited by friendly striped mice, in a story with two different endings.
This exciting sequel to Marcus Pfister's best-selling Milo and the Magical Stones picks up where the happy resolution to that alternate-ending book left off. Winter is over and Milo sets out to explore. But Milo knows every nook and cranny of his small island and he is restless and bored. How wonderful it would be, he thinks, to see what lies over the horizon. He shares his dream with the other cliff mice, and together they build a giant raft and set out on a voyage of discovery. Their voyage takes them to a lush tropical island inhabited by friendly striped mice. What kind of explorers will the cliff mice be? Will their discovery lead to good or evil? It's up to the reader to decide. Halfway through the story, the book splits into two sections, each offering a different ending. From Marcus Pfister, creator of "The Rainbow Fish," comes a thought-provoking story that, with the book's unique format, actively involves children in the decision-making process.