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Tale of Grandfather Mole (version 2)

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"Tale of Grandfather Mole (version 2)" by Arthur Scott Bailey is a delightful children's book that takes readers on a charming journey underground with Grandfather Mole and his family. The story is both entertaining and educational, as it teaches young readers about the unique habits and traits of moles while weaving in themes of family, perseverance, and the importance of being true to oneself.

The detailed descriptions of the mole's underground world are vivid and engaging, making it easy for readers to imagine themselves burrowing through the dark tunnels alongside Grandfather Mole. The characters are well-developed and endearing, with Grandfather Mole being portrayed as wise, caring, and determined to protect his family.

The writing is simple yet engaging, making it easily accessible for young readers while still holding their attention with its engaging storyline. The themes of family and perseverance are subtly woven throughout the story, making it a heartwarming read for children and adults alike.

Overall, "Tale of Grandfather Mole (version 2)" is a charming and educational book that is sure to capture the hearts of young readers. With its lovable characters, engaging storyline, and valuable life lessons, this book is a must-have addition to any child's library.

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"There was a queer old person that lived in Farmer Green's garden. Nobody knew exactly how long he had made his home there because his neighbors seldom saw him. He might have been in the garden a whole summer before anybody set eyes on him. Those that were acquainted with him called him Grandfather Mole. And the reason why his friends didn't meet him oftener was because he spent most of his time underground. Grandfather Mole's house was in a mound at one end of the garden. He had made the house himself, for he was a great digger. And Mr. Meadow Mouse often remarked that it had more halls than any other dwelling he had ever seen. He had visited it when Grandfather Mole was away from home, so he knew what it was like." - Summary by from the book

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