We absolutely love the way this cute story is presented with facts about moles. The artwork is beautiful and brings the book alive. It’s a very good book for new readers.
Such a cute book with awesome illustrations that provides great information about moles. It is great on its own or to use as a read aloud for the Mammals Science curriculum.
I bought this without reading any reviews and I assumed it would just be a cute fictional story about a mole. It turns out that it is a cute story, but it is also incredibly educational! My 7 yr old read it to me, and it drew the attention of my older kids as we exclaimed over the pictures and interesting facts about moles. It led to more discussion and learning about moles after we finished the story.
The book was ok, but didn’t really catch my son’s interest. He struggled through it because he wasn’t excited about it. My other son rushed through it, but he loves all books.
This book is an encouragement to your beginning reader. It’s an easy read but factual and fun.
Mole has a hole. It is deep and long. It has tunnels. It has a part to sleep in. This part she lines with dry grass. She is so snug as she sleeps in her dark, dark hole.
Learn about moles in this fun, cute story, just right for new readers!
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