Kids may have seen a molehill on a lawn or in a field. But just what is going on underground? In this purple-level book, readers will dig down into the world of a mole. They will learn how moles create a network of tiny tunnels and chambers beneath our gardens. They will discover how moles hunt for worms in their dark world by feeling for vibrations. And they will watch as a little mole meets a mate and gives birth to four tiny babies. Fantastic cross-section photos show mole life underground and the book also includes a detailed diagram of a mole’s home.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-911341-25-3
  • Age Group: 5 years plus
  • Series: Ruby Tuesday Readers: Wildlife Watchers
  • Book Band: Book Band Purple
  • Author: Ruth Owen
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 24
  • Dimensions: 170 x 140mm
  • Curriculum Links: Animals, Habitats, Life cycles, Mammals, Non-fiction reading, Science
Key Selling Features
• Introduces young readers to British wildlife • Close picture text match • Unfamiliar vocabulary supported by images and labels • High frequency words • Picture glossary • Quiz and comprehension questions • Notes for parents and educators
Series Information
Series Name: Ruby Tuesday Readers: Wildlife Watchers  Resources
Spark a love of reading and wildlife with this delightful series of book-banded readers that gives kids a fascinating peek into the secret worlds of some much-loved, native wild animals. Written in an engaging narrative style, readers will discover all about the little creatures that live in our gardens, parks, hedgerows and woodlands.