The complete adventures of the mole sisters: ten stories

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Annick Press, Sep 30, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 167 pages
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Praise for previous Mole Sisters books: "Always upbeat and jolly, the characters are gentle companions... They have an almost dreamy quality. Independence, optimism, intelligence, and love of adventure are good qualities for children and these siblings are fine examples." -- School Library Journal "Schwartz strikes just the right note of preschool humor with the resourceful and relentlessly optimistic mole sisters." -- Publishers Weekly In this reissue, each original Mole Sisters tale -- from how the sisters spend their moonlit nights to how they pass their rainy days -- is included in its entirety in a panoramic format, allowing readers a fresh look at Roslyn Schwartz's enchanting colored-pencil illustrations. With rights now sold in 11 languages and their television show viewed around the world, readers are discovering new role models in the Mole Sisters and their uncanny ability to turn any situation into pure fun. This collection, beautifully bound and including a special bonus image by the author, is as irresistible as the girls themselves. "How lovely," said the Mole Sisters. And it is!

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Review: The Complete Adventures of the Mole Sisters

User Review  - Daina - Goodreads

I adore the Mole Sisters! Great little stories and absolutely lovely illustrations. Kids I have read them to have also greatly enjoyed them. The only negative about this compendium of all the stories is that the illustrations here are smaller than in the single story versions. Read full review

Review: The Complete Adventures of the Mole Sisters

User Review  - Darlene - Goodreads

I love the stories and the illustrations are wonderful Read full review


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About the author (2004)

Roslyn Schwartz is the author and illustrator of more than a dozen books for children, has worked on animated films, and is the recent winner of the Vicky Metcalf Award awarded by the Canadian Authors Association for a body of work. She lives in Montreal.