Do you ever wonder what is going on in your State Capitol? This book will help you understand a little more about state government, from the view-point of a friendly little mouse named Clyde. There's a Mouse in the House of Representatives is for children, as well as for curious minds of all ages. A fun little story to help everyone know what it takes for democracy to work and to know what is really happening in that big marble building down the street. Shannon Olson is the Executive Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator at Science Museum Oklahoma. She previously worked in state government for 20 years, working for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, and also the Lt. Governor's office. She majored in Public Relations and minored in Political Science at the University of Oklahoma (OU) and has always wanted to write a book to explain to a child how state government works. Shannon and her husband live in Yukon, Oklahoma, and have one amazing son, and one spoiled dog. Robin Castle is an officer in the United States Air Force, and is currently stationed in Springfield, Virginia. He has been in the United States Air Force for 17 years, assigned to bases in Florida, Texas, Okinawa, Massachusetts, Ohio and Virginia. He majored in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Aerospace Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) and began doing professional artwork and graphic design in 2019. Robin and his wife, Sarah, live in Fort Belvoir, Virginia with their four children, three dogs and one cat.