4 edition of Rollo and Tweedy and the case of the missing cheese found in the catalog.
Rollo and Tweedy and the case of the missing cheese
Laura Jean Allen
Two detective mice travel to Paris and back in search of a valuable missing cheese.
|Statement||Laura Jean Allen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|ISBN 10||0060200960, 0060200979|
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Kim Pengdashian was heading to the Picnic Hill for her lunch, as usual, until she suddenly realised that her stinky cheese had gone missing. She searched in her purse, in her picnic basket, even in her wig, but all she found was some old chewing gum left by a talking, Merry Walrus obsessed tree. Kim needs a slice of stinky goodness to keep her flippers smooth and shiny. To be fair, the book points out that we human beings tend to think of their cheese as our cheese. Not me. My cheese is my cheese and their cheese is their cheese. Actually, that's not a bad analogy or metaphor or whatever. The trick in life is converting their cheese into my cheese.
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Rollo and Tweedy and the case of the missing cheese by Allen, Laura Jean A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
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Get this from a library. Rollo and Tweedy and the case of the missing cheese. [Laura Jean Allen] -- Two detective mice travel to Paris and back in search of a valuable missing cheese. A harmless recombination of mice detectives, missing cheese, and the inevitable French connection.
Called in when a valuable year-old cheese disappears from a locked room in the mansion of J. Cadwalader, Detective Tweedy and his assistant Rollo discover crumbs and a brie label at the scene and so it's off to the district of Brie in France, traveling in J.P.'s submarine and swimming.
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Rollo and Tweedy and the Case of the Missing Cheese. it was amazing avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 2 editions/5(15). "Who Moved My Cheese. " is a story about change that takes place in a Maze where four amusing characters look for "Cheese" -- cheese being a metaphor for what we want to have in life, whether it is a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, health, recognition, spiritual peace, or even an activity like jogging or golf.
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Rollo and Tweedy and the Case of the Missing Cheese; written and illus. by Laura Jean Allen. Harper, Trade ed. ISBN ; Library ed. ISBN 48p. Trade ed. $; Library ed.
$ The characters are mice: detective Tweedy; his assistant Rollo; the wealthy J. The parable unfolds in a maze, where four Who Moved My Cheese characters — two mice (Sniff and Scurry) and two tiny humans (Hem and Haw), search for cheese, which represents happiness. They get pretty good at this.
The mice use their simple, rodent-specific talents of sniffing out cheese and scurrying around until they find it. Get powerful perspectives on change and change management, and shift attitudes using this easy-to-read fable. See more details below.
Download Who Moved My Cheese Book Summary in pdf infographic, text and audio formats. Or preview the book summary via our blog. 1. Smell the cheese often, so you know when it s getting old. When you move beyond your fear, you feel free.
The quicker you let go of the old cheese, the sooner you find new cheese. It is safer to search in the maze than to remain in a cheeseless situation. Move with the cheese. An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life.
One of the most difficult things a person has to deal with in life is change. And, yet, changes are always happening. So, how do you get out of your comfort zone and face them?
“Who Moved My Cheese?” is a short motivational business fable through which Spencer Johnson tries to answer this question in a timeless. The book also provides useful analogies for us to reflect on the Cheeses in our lives, including the “Old Cheese” that we hang on to, and the “New Cheese” that we could be enjoying.
It ends off with some tips and perspectives on change that can be gleaned from the story (e.g. staying vigilant, overcoming fear and leading change). The Case of the Missing Cheese. authorpolk dog, humor 3 Minutes.
Friday morning I put my son’s breakfast—cheese, strawberries, Sudafed for a persistent post-nasal drip, and a glass of water—in the middle of the kitchen table and carefully pushed in the chairs. I had to drop his brother off at school for a.