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The Mole Sisters and the Wavy Wheat

by Roslyn Schwartz

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publisher: Annick Press
Description

 

Look who’s back!

 

 

 

Everyone’s favorite moles are back, now in a sturdy board book format perfect for younger readers. Titles in this 4-book set commemorating the 20th anniversary of the classic series’ original publication date have been specially selected to appeal to younger readers. Sturdy pages make them just right for reading together or for little ones reading alone.

 

 

 

Roslyn Schwartz’s delightful tales and heart-melting illustrations are sure to put a smile on faces of new initiates and long-time fans alike. Beloved around the world, these clever and quirky creatures are ready to hook a new generation with their irresistible charm.

 

 

 

Three cheers for the Mole Sisters!

 

About the Author

Roslyn Schwartz

ROSLYN SCHWARTZ is the author of the internationally acclaimed Mole Sisters series. In addition to the ten titles in the Mole Sisters series, she has published two other picture books, three adult books, and released two animated films with the National Film Board. In 2003, Schwartz received the prestigious Vicky Metcalf Award for her body of work. She lives in Montreal.
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Editorial Reviews

 

“Schwartz packs a lot of fuzzy warmth into these small, square packages . . . the Mole Sisters’ enthusiasm and zest for life shine through in a big way.” —Booklist

 

— Booklist

 

“Schwartz strikes just the right note of preschool humor with the resourceful and relentlessly optimistic mole sisters.”Publishers Weekly

 

— Publishers Weekly

 

“A source of delight.” —The Globe and Mail

 

— The Globe and Mail