The Mole Sisters and Way Home by Roslyn Schwartz
  

The Mole Sisters and Way Home

Written by Roslyn Schwartz
Illustrated by Michael Martchenko

Synopsis

The Mole Sisters and Way Home by Roslyn Schwartz

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. They continue on, softly home.

Reviews

The sisters

.--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

! 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)

About the Author

Roslyn Schwartz has lived in many places, including London, Paris, and San Francisco; she currently resides in Montreal. Roslyn is the author and illustrator of the first six popular Mole Sisters books as well as a new picture book for toddlers, Yo Baby!. She has also worked on animated films.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Roslyn Schwartz
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Publisher

Annick Press Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2003

ISBN

9781550378207


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