Will the move be successful?
Mrs. Frisby takes many different adventures with the crow. Some are completely awkward. At one part of the book, Timothy, one of the mice children, falls sick and Mrs. Frisby needs him to be well for moving day. Mrs. Frisby is friends with a doctor mouse named Mr. Ages (also from Nimh) who lives across the field in which they live. For Mrs. Frisby to go get help from Mr. Ages she must risk her life by traveling. Dragon, the Fitzgibbon's large cat, is usually on the watch to get any rat or mouse who even breathes. Well guess what, even though you might really want to know if she gets to the doctor, Iım not going to tell you.
One day Mrs. Frisby sees Dragon the cat. She is afraid of him because Mr. Frisby had been killed by Dragon on a Nimh related mission.
One of the mice, Timothy falls sick in the begining of the book and he will need to be well for moving day. Moving day is when the Fitzgibbon's plow their yard for the crops. The problem is, that because Timothy is sick and Mrs. Frisby has no clue as to when moving day is and she might lose him.
If you want to find out what happens to Timothy, what happens during moving day, and the other exciting things then read the book. Out of all the animal books I have ever read or even heard of , Mrs. Frisby and The Rats of Nimh by Robert C. O'Brien is my favorite.