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I'm going to point blank snag a thread from Goosemoose and start the idea here.

Where have you seen examples of positive Rat/Rodent literature?


I'll start here. I scrounged for a bibliography of Pro-Rat Literature and have 80 titles:


The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents by Terry Pratchet
The Adventures of Christabel Crocodile by Helga Knuppel
The Amazing Valvano and the Mystery of the Hooded Rat by Mary Robinson
The Animist by Eve Forward
Anton B. Stanton and the Pirates by Colin McNaughton
The Ballad of the Long-Tailed Rat by Charlotte Pomerantz
The Cat's Purr by Ashley Bryan
Changeling by Delia Sherman
Charles Rat's Picnic by Susan Saunders
Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
Christmas Rat, by Avi
Cinderella's Rat by Susan Meddaugh
Danby and George, by Betty Baker
The Dawn Seekers by Carol Hamilton
The Deptford Mice Series by Robin Jarvis
Don't Need Friends by Carolyn Crimi
Dragonrider by Cornelia Funke
The Fat Cat Sat on the Mat by Nurit Karlin
Flat Cat by Russell Hoban
Four Fat Rats by Cathy Bellows
The Great Big Bullfrog by Colin West
The Holiday Rat and The Utmost Mouse, by Felice Holman
Howway for Wodney Wat! By Helen Lester
Hurray for Ethelyn by Babette Cole
I Am Leaper, by Annabel Johnson
I.Q. goes to school by Mary Ann Fraser
IQ. Goes to the Library by Mary Ann Fraser
It Chanced to Rain by Kathleen Bullock
I was a Rat, by Phillip Pullman
Kenny's Rat by Ann Kouts
A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Meal a Mile Long by Frieda Hughes
Mooch the Messy by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
Mooch the Messy Meets Prudence the Neat by Weinman Sharmat
The Most Amazing Dinosaur by James Stevenson
The Mouse and His Child, by Russell Hoban
Ms. Wiz Smells a Rat, by Terence Blacker
Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH by Scott C. O’Brien
Nosy Mrs. Rat by Jeffrey Allen
Pebbles, a Pack Rat by Edna Miller
Patty Cat by Barbara deRubertis
Petsitters Club 7: Oscar the Fancy Rat by Tessa Krailing
Pete Pack Rat's Christmas Eve Surprise by Robert Quackenbush
Racso and the Rats of NIMH by Jane Leslie Conly
The Rat and the Tiger by Keiko Kasza
A Rat Is a Rat? By Ann Dellis
Rat Is Dead and Ant Is Sad by Betty Baker
The Rat Race by Colin McNaughten
RATS!, by Jane Cutler
RATS! By Pat Hutchins
A Rat's Tale by Tor Seidler
The Rats who Lived in the Delicatessen by Harold Berson
The Rat War by Elise McCutcheon
The Red Hot Rattoons, by Elizabeth Winthrop
Redwall Series by Brian Jacques
The remarkable friendship of Mr. Cat and
The revenge of Randal Reese-Rat
Rosie's Birthday Rat by Linda Glaser
R-T, Margaret, and the Rats of NIMH by Jane Leslie Conly
Sam, Who Was Swallowed By A Shark by Phyllis Root
Santa Rat by Betty Baker
Shadow Walkers by Russ Chenoweth
The Skull of Truth, by Bruce Coville
Smudge by John Rowe
Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo
The Tale of Samuel Whiskers by Beatrix Potter
The Tale of the Swamp Rat, by Carter Croville
A Tale of Two Rats by Claude Lager
Third Grade Pet, by Judy Cox
That Pesky Rat by Lauren Child
Three Cheers for Errol by Babette Cole
Trashy Town by Andrea Zimmerman
Vasco, leader of the Tribe by Anne-Laurie Bondoux
Walter : the Story of a Rat by Barbara Wersba
The Warm Place by Nancy Farmer
Warton and the Traders, by Russell E. Ericson
The Wedding of the Rat Family retold by Carol Kendall
Wharf Rat by Miska Miles
The White Rat’s Tale by Barbara Schiller
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame
 

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Not literature, but the movie "Ratatouille" is the most pro-rat movie I've ever seen. The DVD comes with special features including a short film about the history of the domestic rat--and it speaks directly about the bubonic plague (caused by insects that killed the rats, too). I was very happy to see this great attempt to restore the rat's honor! :D
 

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Breyer, yes, that rat documentary was great! I wish I could show that to everyone I know, ha ha. It was really cute and also very informative. Ratatouille is a beautiful movie. Loved it. :)
 
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