Murdoch Mole's Big Idea by Georgie Adams, Chris Fisher
  

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Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. On Monday the oak tree blew down. Murdoch Mole was perfectly certain it was all his doing. On Wednesday Murdoch had a BIG idea. By Thursday Murdoch was nothing more than an ordinary mole with big ideas. By Sunday Murdoch was a somebody!

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Murdoch Mole's Big Idea by Georgie Adams, Chris Fisher

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I enjoyed reading this book and guessing what Murdoch would do next -- Gracie Hurley, aged 7 Kidaround.biz 20130225 Themes: ideas, lots of mishaps, mischievous people, disappointment on learning the truth, happiness when doing something right, several smiles, a few 'oh no

's reading corner 20130319 A lovely story which bridges the gap from picture book to chapter book perfectly, with its colourful layout and easily read enjoyable story. -- Parents in Touch Parents in Touch 20131029'

About the Author

Georgie Adams lives in Cornwall with her artist husband. She spent many years working as an editor of children's books before she became a writer of books for the very young. Chris Fisher is well-known for his vivid, lively illustration style. He has illustrated over 40 titles for Walker Books, Hodder, Puffin, Scholastic and HarperCollins. Chris lives in Bristol.

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Paperback

Author

Georgie Adams, Chris Fisher
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Publication date

30th November 1999

ISBN

9781444008241

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