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The Tiniest Mole

Book Description
A bored little mole explores the world above ground, meeting a bird, cat, dog, and little boy and discovering that each is different from what she imagined.
Book Information
PublisherSilver Burdett Press
Reading LevelBaby to Pre-K
# of Pages28
Publication Date06/1986
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About Myriam Deru (Author) : Myriam Deru is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Myriam Deru include Adios, Querido Chupete!/goodbye Dear Pasifier, Sourciette, Blanche Neige,... more
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About Paule Alen (Author) : Paule Alen is a published author. Published credits of Paule Alen include Adios, Querido Chupete!/goodbye Dear Pasifier, A Birthday Surprise, The Tiniest Mole, and The Little Pastry Cook.
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