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Not-Yo-Cheeze

Not-Yo-Cheeze

No one ever said life was easy. Tone Provolone and Cheddar Chessman can attest to that. Their struggling shop – the Cheese-Ah-Breeze – is starved for customers and tormented by the stinking-rich Limburger, the big cheese of the town and their biggest rival.

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No one ever said life was easy. Tone Provolone and Cheddar Chessman can attest to that. Their struggling shop – the Cheese-Ah-Breeze – is starved for customers and tormented by the stinking-rich Limburger, the big cheese of the town and their biggest rival. They seem destined for failure, until they encounter Vinnie Gouda, a young mouse looking to belong; Mrs. Asiago, a shabby old mouse with a heart of gold; Swiss Never Miss, a teen mouse with the perfect aim; and Fontina Dante, who’s in search of leisurely travel, but finds a hunk – and it’s not cheese – that melts her heart.

This new motley crew of characters slowly turns their lives around for the better. But they shouldn’t celebrate just yet, because something is rotten just outside their town of Cheeseton, Wisconsin. It lurks in the darkness, waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

This book is heart-warming classic, a delectable, cheese-filled tale ripe with adventure, mystery, and lessons on the power of friendship.

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$12.99

Hardcover

$17.99

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  1. Our Review of the Book
    Not Yo Cheeze is a fictional story written for both children and adults to enjoy. The story takes you to Cheeseton a small town hidden within a corn field on a farm away from the prying eyes of cats, they have lived there happily, until recently.

    This is a story about mice and believe me in this story, these mice live up to the stereotype of cheese lovers! Here you meet two of the best cheesemakers in the town, Cheddar Chessman and Tone Provolone. Who are struggling to keep their cheese shop “The Cheese Ah Breeze” going.

    Life in Cheeseton is quite similar to the comings and goings of human life, with the norms of traveling about by cars, working 9-5 and going away on holidays, meeting up with friends and loved ones, along with your nosy neighbours and people up to no good, with the added elements of alcohol and drugs, although in Cheeseton it’s catnip. There are a number of wonderful attributes to this book being quite the creative story, especially for cheese lovers like us. With many of the characters named after types of cheese, even down to their personality matching their taste and texture characteristics of the cheese.

    Full Review: http://www.vegancheese.co – Review of Not-Yo_Cheeze

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