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Mole's Hill: A Woodland Tale

by Lois Ehlert

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When Fox tells Mole she must move out of her tunnel to make way for a new path, Mole finds an ingenious way to save her home.
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This is a story about a mole who is being over ruled by his friends who are telling him that he needs to stop digging his hole. The other animals want a flat ground to used, but instead of succumbing to the pressure he builds a beautiful hill that all the other animals love. ( )
  Emilysill | Sep 2, 2015 |
This book is about a mole who is told to stop digging a hill. He is being overpowered by the other woodland animals who want a clear and flat ground. Instead of giving in, he builds a beautiful hill that all of the animals love because it grows beautiful flowers. The other animals gain respect for the mole and appreciate his contribution to the forest. ( )
  carolinebartlett | Sep 1, 2015 |
Shows how to work through hard times. Great to learn for students. k-4
  CaseyKamps | Dec 9, 2013 |
Fox, Skunk, and Raccoon wanted mike to move his home because it was in there way. But after summer was gone they decided that he could stay. I like this book and would use it in my classroom to show compromise. Grades 2-4.
  AmandaHempleman | Nov 8, 2013 |
Mole's Hill is a story about several animals who are in conflict over a hill, but in the end they all end up helping one another. This book is aimed at early childhood or very young elementary. It uses shapes for illustrations, so it is great for teaching different shapes to young kids and also for teaching conflict resolution.
  EmilyPhilips | Nov 28, 2012 |
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