No Place Like Home

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Walker Books, Limited, 2005 - Children's stories - 32 pages
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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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NO PLACE LIKE HOME

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Taking full advantage of the fact that even the most trite sentiments will be new to young children, Emmett and Cabban send the mole introduced in Bringing Down the Moon (2001) off to find a new home ... Read full review

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