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The Mole Sisters and Cool Breeze

3.94  ·  Rating Details ·  36 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
It is a very hot day and the Mole Sisters need a nice cool breeze. They start to fan themselves. Then a dandelion pipes up that he’s hot too! Soon all the other dandelions want to be fanned as well. Now the Mole Sisters are covered in dandelion fluff ... until a nice cool breeze comes along. “It’s just what we needed.” Swoosh, swoosh. “A nice cool breeze!”
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Annick Press
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The Mole Sister and the Cool Breeze is a cute story about dealing with a hot day. My daughter's favorite, and my worst enemy, dandelion puffballs, makes an appearance. It also shows the need for patience.
Jay
Aug 01, 2015 Jay rated it really liked it
a very short and simple story of the mole sisters, but i quite liked it!
very simple, for younger children to learn about a cooling breeze on a hot day.
I thought the illustrations were very cute & lots of fun!

** thanks to NetGalley & the publishers for this copy!
Bea
This is a short, sweet story about friendship and helping. The art is calm and peaceful and the text simple for young readers. Not groundbreaking but a sweet story that most young children will enjoy.

I received an e-galley from the publisher for review.
Vicki
Jun 27, 2013 Vicki rated it really liked it
A short and sweet story about the fun Mole sisters. In this book they try to find a way to "cool" off. I used this in my Tiny Tots Story Time and had everyone make a paper fan from a piece of construction paper to use during the story and then to take home.
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Although born in Montreal, Roslyn Schwartz moved with her family to England when she was two years old. She grew up in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Roslyn and her two brothers attended a Rudolph Steiner school in Sussex. She remembers it as a lovely area, close to Ashdown Forest, the home of Winnie the Pooh (though she didn't know it at the time). Growing up, Roslyn always read a lot; among her favorite ...more
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