Macmillan, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
A spiritual story about the far-reaching effects of private actions.
Mole has always led a simple life, but lately he feels something is missing. When he first hears someone playing a violin, Mole realizes that he longs to make beautiful music, too.
Through practice and patience, Mole learns to play. And even though he plays alone, in the privacy of his underground home, his music has an effect on others that is more magical than Mole will ever know.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - debrasw - LibraryThing
Summary: one day mole heard a man playing the violin and decided he wanted to make something so beautiful like that. So he got a violin and played. At first it sounded awful, but then as he kept ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Rose_Hawblitzel - LibraryThing
Genre: Fantasy Critique: This novel is an excellent example of fantasy because it personifies an animal (the main character), giving him human qualities and abilities, and making this believable ... Read full review