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The Mole Sisters and the Question

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The Mole Sisters are wondering who they are. They set out to find an answer. They decide they’re not fish, because fish live in water; they’re not birds, because birds fly; they’re not snails because snails live alone ... they’re Mole Sisters, of course!
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2002 by Annick Press
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The Mole Sisters and the Question is a journey to finding yourself. Sometimes you have to figure out what, you are not, to know what you are. And of course, they're the mole sisters.
Vivian
Nov 06, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: picture-books
The Mole Sisters simply enjoy life, solve problems, ask questions, look for answers. and have adventures. For them everything is win-win.

My 1 year old and 3 year old grandchildren LOVE all the Mole Sisters books and never tire of them.
Any time the Mole Sisters are pictured making movements with their hands we all make the same motions with our hands.

There's lots of onomatopoeia sound words as well, which they also enjoy.
The illustrations are simple, yet delightful. Nicely sized at 6x6".
Lana Clifton
Dec 04, 2010 rated it really liked it
Cute, cute, cute book for beginning readers (kindergarten-first grade) to exercise sight-word recognition. Two moles question who they are and explore the possibilities. They soon find only confidence in knowing that they "are the mole sisters- of course!".
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Nov 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
sweet little book about the mole sisters figuring out who they are--fish, birds, snails. they finally find out they are just themselves. sweet pics too.
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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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