This is a beautifully illustrated and movingly written story about a blind mole who wonders what a sunset is like. Mole had never seen the sunrise. 'I'd love to see it', he said. When his good friends, Vole, Rabbit, Squirrel and Sparrow take him down to the lake to show him the sunrise, their vivid descriptions help him to see it in his mind and he is able to imagine the rising sun and experience its beauty for himself. This is a heart-warming tale about the shared experience of blind Mole and his friends.
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Jeanne Willis has had a successful career working in advertising and as an author, writing over eighty picture books, poetry books, television scripts and novels for children. Her novels include the Goffins series, Shamanka (9781844286492) and Grandad and John (9781844288984), and her picture books include Little Big Mouth (9781844288717), Mummy, Do You Love Me? (9780744570847) and Never Too Little to Love (9780744596502). She lives in north London. Sarah Fox-Davies was born in London in 1956, and studied at Hornsey and Croydon Colleges of Art, before taking a four-year course in Graphic Design and illustration. Focussing on illustrating animals in their natural environments (bats, beavers, bears, cats, wolves and even a caribou), Sarah also has a particular interest in natural history, and has contributed illustrations to a number of field guides and gardening books. She now lives in Wales.
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Book Description Walker & Company, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Sarah Fox-Davies (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M1406304743