The Mole Sisters have a nose for adventure!
The Mole Sisters are on their way home when it starts to snow. What fun! They stop to build snow moles, then continue on their way, only to realize they are lost. Seeking shelter inside a cave, the Mole Sisters hang with the bats and marvel at the stunning stalactites. They come across primitive cave paintings and gleefully discover themselves depicted in the scene.How perfect. Then they continue on, softly home.
About the series:
The Mole Sisters make the most of each day. Full of fun, imagination, and quiet confidence, these are small creatures with very big hearts. Their unfaltering optimism is contagious, bringing smiles to faces everywhere. With bright, lush colored-pencil artwork, Roslyn Schwartz conveys the Mole Sisters' love for life with a minimum of text that is easy to follow and invites preschoolers to join in with its rhythmic cadences.
The sisters' love for each other and their sense of adventure are a pleasure to encounter. Highly Recommended.--Lisa O'Hara"Canadian Materials" (11/28/2003)
Like the previous Mole Sisters stories, these star an optimistic pair of moles who will enchant both preschoolers and parents. The sisters' love for each other and their sense of adventure are a pleasure to encounter, and the childlike delight they take in everything is sure to be mirrored by the children enjoying the story. Aimed at the preschool crowd, these small books are meant to be read to one child rather than a class. The coloured pencil illustrations extend the minimal text found on each page and are sure to please everyone. The illustrations are full of movement, expression and fun and carry the story forward. Mole sisters fans be warned! The press release accompanying these books says that these are the final two adventures of the mole sisters. Highly Recommended.--Lisa O'Hara"Canadian Materials" (11/28/2003)