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One mole digging a hole

One mole digging a hole

Donaldson, Julia, author; Sharratt, Nick, artist

One mole is digging a hole. Can you see who else is helping out in the garden? Julia Donaldson's whimsical rhymes and Nick Sharratt's illustrations encourage children to read aloud and count along

Hardback, Book. English. Books for Babies. Children's stories. Board books. Early Years. Stories in rhyme. Picture Books.
Published London: Macmillan Children's Books, 2015
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Statement of responsibility: Julia Donaldson, Nick Sharratt
ISBN: 1447287908, 9781447287902
Intended audience: Carries 'CE' logo. 1+. Preschool.
Note: Originally published: 2008.
Note: "A book for toddlers."
Note: Board book.
Physical Description: 24 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations (colour) ; 18 cm
Subject: Counting Pictorial works Juvenile fiction.

Author note

Julia Donaldson is the outrageously talented, prize-winning author of the world's best-loved picture books, and was the 2011-2013 UK Children's Laureate. Her books include Toddle Waddle, What the Ladybird Heard and the modern classic The Gruffalo, which has sold over 13.5 million copies worldwide and has been translated into over sixty languages. Julia also writes fiction as well as poems, plays and songs and her brilliant live children's shows are always in demand. Julia and her husband Malcolm divide their time between Sussex and Edinburgh.

Nick Sharratt is one of today's best-loved children's illustrators with close to 250 books to his name and a Nestle Gold Medal-win under his belt. His collaborations with Julia Donaldson include Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose, Goat Goes to Playgroup and Animal Music. In addition to his picture books, Nick also illustrates for older children too, most notably creating the illustrations for the stories of Jacqueline Wilson. Nick lives in Edinburgh.

Reviews

Jokes aplenty.
Guardian||A clear winner.
The Bookseller