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The Mole Sisters and the Fairy Ring

Interest Age: 2–4
Grade: p–k
Reading Level: Common Core Correlations
CCSS.ELA-Literacy Strand-Reading literature: SL.1.1,1a,1b,1c,2,4,5,6

Hardcover : 9781550378191, 32 pages, September 2003 , 6.0" x 6.0"
Paperback (Picture book) : 9781550378184, 32 pages, September 2003 , 6.0" x 6.0"


Full of fun, imagination, and quiet confidence, these are small creatures with big hearts. Their unfaltering optimism is contagious, bringing smiles to faces everywhere.

Through the trees the Mole Sisters spy a fairy ring and quietly sneak up.Finding the area absent of fairies, the Mole Sisters begin to play dress-up, with flowers on their heads, wings, and magic wands. They look just like fairies! A sprinkle of magic dust and a lost of imagination lead to dizzying fun, until it is time to be Moles again.

Bright and lush colored-pencil artwork conveys the Mole Sisters’ love for life. A minimum of text makes it easy to follow and invites preschoolers to join in with its rhythmic cadences.



“Enigmatic and funny . . . these seemingly simple stories have richness, complexity and, best of all, absolute good cheer.”

- Toronto Star

“There’s simply nothing not to love about the mole sisters . . . one of (two of) the very, very best things happening in books for very small children today.”

- The Globe and Mail

“Those wonderfully adventurous sisters are back for . . . more adventures sure to delight both preschoolers and their parents . . . The mole sisters are imaginative, playful, and inquisitive-as always!”

- BC Parent

“These are excellent books to add to a public library or school library collection. Schwartz has created books that are wonderful and will delight both children and adults . . . Young readers will have no problem entering into the Mole Sisters’ world which is always filled with optimism, adventure and fun.”

- Resource Links

“The intimacy of the small, square books is enhanced by the much smaller colored-pencil illustrations and the brief but immediate texts.”

- Horn Book