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Mole's Hill
 

Mole's Hill (Paperback, Voyager Books)

By Ehlert, Lois

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Mole loves her safe and cozy burrow near the pond, but she is devastated when Fox says Mole will have to move her home in order to make way for a new path. Mole will need some quick thinking - and some quick digging - to save it. Illustrated in full colour.

ISBN 9780152018900
Published 29 April 1994 by Harcourt
Format Paperback, Voyager Books
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ISBN-13 9780152018900
ISBN-10 0152018905
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced (OOS locally); ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Harcourt
Imprint Harcourt Brace International
Publication Date 29 April 1994
International Publication Date 1 September 1998
Publication Country United States United States
Format Paperback, Voyager Books
Edition Voyager Books
Author(s) By Ehlert, Lois
Category Fiction (Child / Teen)
General Picture Books
Number of Pages 36
Dimensions Width: 254mm
Height: 300mm
Weight 209g
Interest Age 4-8 years
Reading Age 4-8 years
Library of Congress Indians of North America, Folklore, Woodland Indians, Moles (Animals)
NBS Text Picture Books
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 813.54
Catalogue Code Not specified

Description of this Book

Mole loves her burrow near the pond. It''s safe and cozy underground. When Fox tells Mole she must move to make way for a new path, Mole finds an ingenious way to save her home.'

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

US Review The gorgeous graphics of this oversize book are insufficiently supported by a plot that's nearly overwhelmed by its muddled subtext. Fox lays down the law: He, Skunk, and Raccoon are planning a path to the pond, and Mole and her hump of dirt will have to be moved by fall. Instead, the little digger makes a mountain of her molehill, planting flowers on it; and the other animals are so impressed that they invite Mole to help with their path by tunneling through instead of removing it. As always, Ehlert's vibrant designs are striking, but sloppy details abound in the book's logic - e.g., one month's phases of the moon are represented on a spread noting that Many moons passed, and the flowers are still in full bloom after the leaves have turned. Mole's assertive yet peaceable outflanking of her oppressors is fine; but it's a shame that the means are so over-contrived. (Kirkus Reviews)

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Author's Bio

LOIS EHLERT has created many celebrated picture books inspired by the world around her. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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