Complete Adventures of the Mole Sisters, Volume 2, The Share this with a friend

The Mole Sisters Series


by Roslyn Schwartz

e-Pub exclusive!

Five Mole Sisters adventures are available in one beautiful collection.

The Mole Sisters are loved around the world, with a total of seven foreign editions. Here at home they have become best-sellers several times over, and an animated television series has brought their adventures to an even wider audience.

The Mole Sisters and the Wavy Wheat
After starting out in a new direction, the Mole Sisters find themselves in the middle of a field of wavy wheat. Back and forth, up and down, the Mole Sisters play the time away, going everywhere they can—including straight to bed at the end of their tiring day.

The Mole Sisters and the Blue Egg
The Mole Sisters are looking for something special. They venture into a hollow tree and follow a long staircase up, up, up. The Sisters go out on a limb to play in a bird’s nest and then back down again. When they spy a beautiful blue egg, they know they have found a new treasure.

The Mole Sisters and the Cool Breeze
It is a very hot day and the Mole Sisters need a nice cool breeze. They start to fan themselves. Then a dandelion pipes up that he’s hot too! Soon all the other dandelions want to be fanned as well. Now the Mole Sisters are covered in dandelion fluff ... until a nice cool breeze comes along. “It’s just what we needed.” Swoosh, swoosh. “A nice cool breeze!”

The Mole Sisters and the Question
The Mole Sisters are wondering who they are. They set out to find an answer. They decide they’re not fish, because fish live in water; they’re not birds, because birds fly; they’re not snails because snails live alone ... they’re Mole Sisters, of course!

The Mole Sisters and the Way Home
The Mole Sisters are on their way home when it starts to snow. What fun! They stop to build snow moles, then continue on their way, only to realize they are lost. Seeking shelter inside a cave, the Mole Sisters hang with the bats and marvel at the stunning stalactites. They come across primitive cave paintings and gleefully add themselves to the scene. How perfect. They continue on, softly home.