A sequel to the film that focuses on the colony in Thorn Valley, paying particular attention to Jenner's family and the amulet. A good little read!
- Brutus, now an old and frail rat that is dependent on his family, reflects on his life, friends long gone and the simple joys that he appreciates now that he can no longer be a guard. Truly a touching story.
- In this well written epilogue to the movie, Jonathan’s family discovers his journal.
- This one is a sequel to “Secret of NIMH 2,” written by another young author. While I deny the fact that film was even made, the story reads pretty well.
- A rat-fable told by Kanen, the rat-priest on NIMHmuck. Quite a powerful little myth, I think you all will enjoy this.
- "Justin's Wedding" in Spanish. Title pretty much says it all! (Partial translation provided)
- Rather well written, this is one takes quite an interesting twist on the usual NIMH tale; a kid gets turned into a rat by the amulet!
- A cute little story written by the youngest author to be featured on this site. It tells the story of Mrs.Brisby's oldest son, Martin, and is set just a few weeks after the first story ended.
- A retelling of the NIMH story which combines both elements from the movie and the book and written in the form of a Shakespearian play. Kudos to the author for his poetic talent and amazing ability to mimic Shakespeare's style very accurately.
- A prequel and sequel to the movie, focusing on the amulet. You've probably seen it on Steve's site, but I thought it was cool, so it's here, too.
- Another of Carlos's tales that has Justin speaking to the NIMH scientists. (In Spanish, translation provided by JR/Persuivant)
- A beautifully told story which keeps the characters true to their form in the film. It takes place four months after the rats' departure from the farm. Mrs. Brisby and her children eagerly accept an opportunity to visit Thorn Valley; but unknown to them, the Rats of NIMH are once again facing a deadly peril--one which could destroy their self-sufficient paradise forever.
- We all know the story of Mrs. Brisby... or do we? Here's a short story that does another take on the story we know and love, with a few twists of course.
- The start on what appears to be a series of letters to a character named Paul, from another rat in the valley.
- One of Carlos's short stories, this means "The Promised Visit" in Spanish. (Translation provided)