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A Friend for Mole

A Friend for Mole By Nancy Armo A Friend for Mole An accidental encounter throws Mole and Wolf together One is afraid of the light the other is afraid of the dark Together they learn that friends are all they need to conquer their fears

  • Title: A Friend for Mole
  • Author: Nancy Armo
  • ISBN: 9781561458653
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Friend for Mole By Nancy Armo An accidental encounter throws Mole and Wolf together One is afraid of the light, the other is afraid of the dark Together they learn that friends are all they need to conquer their fears.
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    1. Kathy Temean on said:

      Nancy has written and illustrated a wonderful heartwarming book about a mole and a wolf who become friends I would have bought this book just for the gorgeous artwork, but it is so much than just her fabulous illustrations The text and the story of Mole and Wolf s Journey together leaves you happy and wanting another book with these two friends.

    2. Karen54 on said:

      Beautifully Illustrated Friendship Story with an Interesting TwistWhile mole is content in her cozy burrow, curiosity about the world above leads her to venture outside Once outside, it s all pretty overwhelming and scary, but ultimately she meets a young wolf who s also scared and a friendship develops My kids love the story they can easily relate to young animals who are scared of new situations A friendship with an older wolf would certainly be unlikely, but the ability for two such different [...]

    3. Jossie Marie Solheim on said:

      This is a really sweet story I love how mole becomes friends with perhaps one of the unlikely creatures above ground, the wolf and a wolf that had been being chased by the other animals too, as I think this show children in a gentle way that you should never judge people on their exterior, only their interior The illustrations in this are beautiful Bright and enticing.

    4. Cynthia Parker on said:

      Absolutely charming and timely friendship story This is a beautifully illustrated story about finding friends in unexpected places A young mole ventures out of his burrow for the first time and is overwhelmed by the bright sunshine and the sounds of other animals Then he meets a young wolf who is also scared, and together they work through their fears You might think the wolf would just eat the mole but in fact, wolves don t actually eat moles especially young wolves The theme of creatures with [...]

    5. Max Monet on said:

      Charming Story About Fears and FriendshipsA young mole ventures out of his burrow and is immediately overwhelmed by bright sun and strange noises It s pretty scary, but then he meets a young wolf who s also scared The theme of overcoming fears through friendship comes through loud and clear I appreciate the insight that that a wolf pup would not be interested in eating a mole a point that my niece 4 seems to easily understand and that some adult reviewers evidently can t We ve read the book seve [...]

    6. Lucy288 on said:

      A Heartwarming Story About Overcoming Fears and the Power of Friendship My grandchildren ages 3 and 4 love this book They find mole and wolf appealing and funny, and the theme of overcoming fears through friendship comes through loud and clear I appreciate the insight that that a wolf pup would not be interested in eating a mole a point that my grandchildren can easily understand and that some adult reviewers evidently can t We ve read the book several times and it holds their interest, even tho [...]

    7. Tj Shay on said:

      This is my new favorite picture book I love the illustrations and the sweet way it makes the point It s wonderful

    8. Sarah on said:

      I received an ARC of this book from Netgalley in exchange for a review.I loved this adorable book A must have for any library, A Friend for Mole is sure to be a new children s classic The illustrations are lovely as is this story of friends helping one another I could definitely see using this in my small groups and guidance to talk about friendship as well as diversity I really enjoyed Nancy Armo s way of showing how each creature was able to use their own unique traits to benefit the other Thi [...]

    9. Karen Nichols on said:

      Destined to be a classic tale of friendship and overcoming fears.This wonderfully illustrated book tells a simple but effective story that will encourage children to overcome nighttime fears, especially with the help of others I hope this unlikely friendship of Mole and Wolf continues to flourish in future adventures

    10. David Armoudlian on said:

      A wonderful story of friendship and overcoming fears, with lovely illustrations Bravo Nancy Armo

    11. Katie Harder-schauer on said:

      I received a copy of this book through the First Reads giveaway program in the hopes that I would leave an honest review.This is a cute little story about two animals that learn to help each other in spite of their differences I had my 7 year old son read this book to me the day it arrived He s a weak reader at the moment, but only stumbled over a few words surprisingly overwhelming wasn t one of them The illustrations were clear and reasonably realistic Simple so as not to be too distracting, b [...]

    12. Melissa on said:

      This was a charming little book about friendship and facing fears Mole and Wolf both get lost and while one is afraid of the light, the other is afraid of the dark They become fast friends while they distract each other from their fears with play, and then help each other find their homes again come morning It would be a great book for preschoolers to learn that you can always face fears with friends nearby, and that everyone has different strengths when it comes to helping solve problems.My onl [...]

    13. Meghan on said:

      I m a Librarian at an Elementary school in Arizona, so I get every grade coming in for lessons I decided to read this to the Kindergartners They loved it They thought the artwork was adorable and the story of the mole who was afraid of the light was funny The SLLD Kindergarten class loved it so much they wanted me to read it again I m pretty sure this is a winner and is going to be requested a lot in the future I think what makes this so accessible is the cute artwork, the small simple words an [...]

    14. Djones38 on said:

      A Heartwarming Story of Fears and FriendshipMole is happy in his comfy burrow Then one day he ventures outside but the bright sun and loud noises compared with his burrow are too much He panics and runs, finally ending up under a bush where it s dark and quiet He goes to sleep, but then when he wakes up, he realizes someone else is there The events that unfold are surprising and fun.My kids love the story and the illustrations and don t seem to tire of it after multiple readings Highly recommend [...]

    15. Richelle Zirkle on said:

      Adorable story of the unlikely friendship between Mole, who gets lost in the bright light of day, and Wolf, who is afraid of the dark Each has something to offer the other Whether it s the feeling of safety in the dark or help when you re lost.Great illustrations enhance this story I d happily count Mole and Wolf among my friends and will share this story many times with my own little ones.I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

    16. Betsy on said:

      I received a copy of this ebook for reviewing purposes All opinions are my own This book was so cute The drawings were fun and the story engaging It also really addresses issues that happen a lot in kids I would totally buy this book as a gift for a friend with younger children So cute

    17. Rhoda Benton on said:

      What a cute book, great illustrations, and a unique friendship

    18. Rebecca Bland on said:

      Mole is in his peaceful burrow when he hears a loud ruckus outside, so he decides to climb out and see what is going on Once he gets out of his burrow, he is unable to find his way back home and begins to get scared Mole meets someone that becomes a good friend and they help each other face their fears This book is a very heartwarming story about a friendship that comes out of nowhere.

    19. Maureen Lubitz on said:

      Originally posted on You Have Your Hands FullI received this book from Netgalley the publisher in exchange for an honest review My daughters love reading books We almost always order something from the flier at school each month, and we all have piles of books from the library and overflowing bookshelves They read themselves to sleep each night I appreciate the opportunity to read new books via Netgalley, and I was very excited about this book A Friend for Mole is a picture book by Nancy Armo Th [...]

    20. Pop Bop on said:

      A Cheerful and Upbeat Tale About Friendship and Small FearsSPOILERS Mole is drawn out of his comfy, dark burrow one day Confused and a bit frightened by bright daylight he gets disoriented and takes cover in some underbrush, where he meets a young Wolf, who is also lost Wolf helps Mole with his fear of being lost As night falls, Mole feels better but young Wolf starts to get a bit frightened Mole helps out Wolf The next day they help each other find their respective homes, and plan to play toget [...]

    21. Sandra on said:

      Mole is happy living in his burrow, but one day he gets curious about what s going on above He can hear laughter and decides to take a look Immediately he gets lost blinded by the bright light of the outside Poor Mole trips over a tree s root and ends into a bush Relieved in the shadow and very tired because of the whole experience, he falls sleep It s night when he wakes up In the dark he finds Wolf, who is hiding While Mole is glad that it s night, Wolf finds darkness frightening.Both of them [...]

    22. Maria Marshall on said:

      This is a charming book about conquering fears with the help of friends Though they are different mole is afraid of daylight and wolf afraid of nighttime these two unlikely animals make friends and ultimately work together to find their way home Their ability to find common ground in their differences and figure out how to help each other makes for a wonderful story, for all ages.Nancy also shows how friends stick together when things get scary The fun games that Mole and Wolf invent, imaginary [...]

    23. Mamatelich on said:

      I think this book is a lovely tale of friendship I enjoyed the story and I liked the twist that mole and wolf are from completely different worlds but manage to find common ground and conquer their fears by working together I think the story works well on several different levels and shows children that we all have things we are afraid of and working together can be the best way to solve a problem The illustrations are beautiful and vibrant They compliment the story very well and make all the an [...]

    24. Leah Gannon on said:

      I just read this to my five and seven year old They both gave it 5 stars It is cute story with charming illustrations I can t wait to read it to my students.

    25. Sydnee Gann on said:

      Mole, a rather shy and reserved guy, liked to stay underground in his burrow that is until the shouting, laughter, and ground shaking began to happen above him Mole finds the nerve to adventure out of his burrow, to simply see what was going on Blinded by the light, Mole wanders far from his home, how will he make it back I LOVE this book Love the theme of friendship obviously present, showing that you have different gifts than your friend, but if you stick together, you both can benefit and hav [...]

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