No Place Like Home

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Walker Books, Limited, 2006 - Children's stories - 32 pages
3 Reviews
Mole thinks his burrow is small and dark and dull. So he sets off to find somewhere big and bright and beautiful instead. His friends are full of ideas, but finding a new home that is just right is, as Mole discovers, no simple matter - and in the end he settles for the home he already has.

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User Review  - Aoifesclass - Goodreads

Spoiler alert! I liked when he went back to his own home. -Suraya I liked the pictures because they had shadows. -Chéile I wish the animals homes had more things in them, like beds. -Sam Read full review

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User Review  - Readergirl77 - Goodreads

Super cute illustrations and nice story. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Jonathan Emmett is the author of A Turtle in the Toilet and A Mouse in the Marmalade, both illustrated by Caroline Jayne Church. He lives in Nottingham, England, with his family.

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