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Aaron Ozee

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King among the mice and eater of all the cheese. Regulus, the lord of all squeaking feuds within the wall, is betrayed by those closest to him for the ego he holds so high. Struggles between the just and wicked come to pass in this paramount tale of the darkest and brightest sights in our lives.


Adventure, Children's, Fable, Family, Folktale,Epic,Family,Folktale,Children's

Short Summary

The structure of the story involves a tyrannical rat king, Regulus, who is king of all mice. Three mice remain in his service to accommodate all of his needs. Cruel is Regulus to these mice by refusing to share his treasure. The three mice betray Regulus and force him on a path of self-discovery.

After being turned away by the three mice when begging for cheese, Regulus finds his way and learns the importance of modesty, selflessness, and forgiveness. Regulus and the mice share the treasure, not as individuals, but as a family.


Story location is fictional and takes place inside a household wall.

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

Internal Journey/Rebirth,Overcoming Monster/Villain,Quest,Rebellion Against 'The One'

Plot - Other Elements

Happy Ending, Meaningful Message,Meaningful Message,Twist,Philosophical Questions,Coming of Age

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Regulus

Age: Unknown

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Villainous, Blunt, Complex, Desperate, Greedy, Narcissistic, Power-hungry, Sophisticated, Aggressive, Criminal, Insecure, Leader, Manipulative,Aggressive,Complex,Confident,Decisive,Desperate,Greedy,Educated,Insecure,Leader,Narcisstic,Blunt,Power Hungry,Outspoken,Visionary,Sarcastic,Secretive,Sophisticated,Unapologetic,Lone Wolf,Clumsy,Naive

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Development Pitch

Regulus has truth. Most books crafted for children deviate from the genuine and exercise cheap moves to engage their attention. Regulus provides readers such a rare experience seeing how the story uses meaningful life teachings which are known to most adults but not to children. Regulus can be more than just another book resting on the shelf, waiting for a reader to place their faith in what it stands for in the written universe, and can become a beacon of hope for anyone that is searching for guidance to bolster their futures. Even though Regulus appeals to most age groups, the children that read this remarkable fable will appreciate the quality and consider the lessons shared for years to come. Adapting Regulus as not just another film, but something that will shock the most talented animators in light of how this journey of a tyrannical rat can inspire people to be themselves.

About The Author

Aaron Ozee is a bestselling American poet and children’s author who has penned over ten books since 2011, writing his first anthology, “Celestial Inferno: Poems of Another Realm,” at age fifteen which has marked Ozee as one of the youngest authors ever to have been published in the world. Ozee turned bestseller with the publication of his seventh book, “Ironic Perfection: Poetic Works of Aaron Ozee,” at age seventeen and claimed six world records through Record Setter at age nineteen with one of the more notable records being, “Most Books Published By A Teenager.” Ozee has made his published titles available for purchase through some of the largest bookstores in the world such as Barnes & Noble or Amazon. Ozee has made variations of his published titles accessible in print, eBook, or audiobook format to readers spanning across one hundred different nations. Ozee has been featured by media outlets such as The Huffington Post, endorsed by favorited celebrities, connected with millions of followers on social media, sponsored leading corporate products or services, adapted manuscripts into stop-motion animated films, and developed novelty merchandise from many of the characters in his stories. Ozee made history with sending a printed copy of his bestselling children’s book, Regulus, into space declaring it the First American Children’s Book Sent Into Space and the First Self-Published Book Sent Into Space on June 18, 2019. Ozee continues to expand his creative reach to encompass new roles such as public speaking, tutoring aspiring writers, blogging, and private consulting for independent publishers as he proceeds onward to the next greatest milestone of his career.

Target Audiences

Age: 6 and under,7-12

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: Lulu Press

Year Published: 2017

Hard Copy Available