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Mole’s Hill: A Woodland Tale by Lois Ehlert. Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1994.
When Fox tells Mole she must move to make way for a new path, Mole finds an ingenious way to save her home.
Moles, Champion Excavators by Eulalia Garcia. Gareth Stevens Publishing, 1997.
Bright illustrations and simple text provide information about moles, animals known for their ability to dig.
Mole Music by David McPhail. Henry Holt & Company, 1999.
When Mole learns to play the violin, his beautiful, joyful music influences on those around him.
Tick-Tock, Drip-Drop by Nicola Moon. Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2004.
Mole fixes the “tick tock” of the clock, the “drip drop” of the faucet and other night noises so housemate Rabbit can sleep. Now what is mole to do about Rabbit’s snores???
Preschool to the Rescue by Judy Sierra. Gulliver Books, 2001.
Mole is just one of the clever preschoolers who find a way to rescue vehicles, including a fire truck and a tow truck, from the “deeper-than-you-think” mud puddle in the preschool playground.
One Dark Night by Lisa Wheeler. Harcourt, Inc. 2003.
Follow the nighttime adventures of a wee little mouse and a wee little mole that live in a wee little house in a wee little hole.
Mouse and Mole: Fine Feathered Friends by Wong Herbert Yee.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009.
Mouse and Mole, fascinated by birds, find a unique way to bird watch.
Eeny, Meeny, Miney Mole by Jane Yolen. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.
Three moles who live underground wonder what the world is like "Up Above" and one of them finally ventures upward to find out for herself.