Whac-A-Mole Arcade Game: A 1-2 player game based on the classic arcade game where moles pop out and you whack them. Play against the clock or against a friend. Features lights and sounds and loads of fun.Features include:1-2 player game based on the classic arcade gameMoles pop out and you whack them.Play against the clock or against a friend.Features lights and sounds and loads of funHours of funRecommended Ages: 4-10 yearsProduct Dimensions: 10.63 by 4.13 by 10.63 inches
Mole loves her burrow near the pond. It's safe and cozy underground, and best of all--it's home. So when Fox says Mole has to move her home to make room for a new path, Mole must do some quick thinking--and digging--to save it.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/1/1998Pages: 36Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
A spiritual story about the far-reaching effects of private actions.Mole has always led a simple life, but lately he feels something is missing. When he first hears someone playing a violin, Mole realizes that he longs to make beautiful music, too.Through practice and patience, Mole learns to play. And even though he plays alone, in the privacy of his underground home, his music has an effect on others that is more magical than Mole will ever know.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 10/1/2001Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Spielstabil Mole Hand Set Children can dig with Spielstabil Mole Hand Set. This play set comes with diggers that will appeal to children. Time out at the beach can be made even more interesting. Age: 12 months and up Features Made of colored plastic Comes with easy grip Sturdy and durable diggers Includes: Diggers NOTE: Comes in assorted colors - Please let us choose.
A Brand-New Day with Mouse and Mole The latest paperback installment of Mouse and Mole is now a Green Light Reader.At Level 3, its a perfect choice for budding readers ready to jump into early chapterbooks and read all by themselves. Kids will delight in seeing how a change in attitudeand a supportive friend turn Moles very bad morning into a terrific, brand-new day.
Mouse and Mole, A Winter Wonderland Yippee! It is a winter wonderland! What better day for Mouse and Mole to go sledding, whirl around on ice skates, and build snowmen together? But Mole does not want to go outside. Too cold! Too windy! He prefers to stay as snug as a bug in a rug inside his nice, warm bed. Mouse is lonely. Ice skating and sledding just aren’t as fun for one. Then she gets an idea--a Sno-Mole might do the trick! Mole won’t be needing his hat or scarf or mittens--or will he? Sometimes even best friends want to do different things. But at the end of a cold winter’s day, it's nice to know that your best friend will be there waiting for you, with warm mittens and all.
It is a blustery spring day, and Mouse and Mole are very excited. They are going to go bird watching! They are planning to make bird books! It turns out, birds are not so easy to watch. Splashing in puddles and stepping on leaves scares them away. Mole rubs his snout. Mouse twirls her tail. Together, they come up with a plan to get closer to the birds. A plan that includes glue and feathers . . . Burgeoning readers will be transfixed as they join Mouse and Mole on another high-flying adventure in which teamwork, brainstorming, and good ideas always make for a fun day out!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 5/23/2011Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
Since its first publication in 1993, The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit has been charming readers young and old with its unconditionally candid tale that raises bathroom humor to new heights. Splendidly straightforward and comic, it is at first unbelievable and then irresistible. When Little Mole looks out of his hole one morning'PLOP!'something lands on his head. Whodunit? In this irreverent, forthright mystery, Little Mole questions each of his neighbors, trying to find out whodunit on his head. In the end, with the help of some flies, Little Mole gets his revenge. Now a new generation of readers will enjoy this one-of-a-kind, stinky, and delightful story for the first time.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 3/1/2007Pages: 22Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Mole has a rock 'n' roll soul. He wears a leather jacket (even in summer) and shades (even at night), and he can strut just like his idol, Mick Badger. But then Mole's friend Pig plans a talent show and, to everyone's shock, Mole refuses to play. He's a rock star, see-just as long as no one's watching. The night of the big show, Pig is ready for his sizzling dance number, but wait-his iPod's broken! Can Mole step up and save his friend's rep, or will the bright lights and big crowds make him shake in his shades? This tale of loyalty and self-esteem crackles with rockin' comedy for every generation-perfect for every kid, and their parents and grandparentsBook Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 8/4/2011Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Wilbur is different from the other Naked Mole Rats in his Colony, because he wears clothes (and he likes it!). But what will happen when Grandpah, the oldest, wisest, and most naked Naked Mole Rat ever discovers Wilbur's secret?Funnyman and three-time Caldecott Honoree Mo Willems exposes the naked truth about being yourself and wearing it well.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 1/6/2009Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Praise for previous Mole Sisters books:"Always upbeat and jolly, the characters are gentle companions... They have an almost dreamy quality. Independence, optimism, intelligence, and love of adventure are good qualities for children and these siblings are fine examples."-- School Library Journal "Schwartz strikes just the right note of preschool humor with the resourceful and relentlessly optimistic mole sisters."-- Publishers Weekly In this reissue, each original Mole Sisters tale -- from how the sisters spend their moonlit nights to how they pass their rainy days -- is included in its entirety in a panoramic format, allowing readers a fresh look at Roslyn Schwartz's enchanting colored-pencil illustrations. With rights now sold in 11 languages and their television show viewed around the world, readers are discovering new role models in the Mole Sisters and their uncanny ability to turn any situation into pure fun. This collection, beautifully bound and including a special bonus image by the author, is as irresistible as the girls themselves. "How lovely," said the Mole Sisters. And it is! (20050415)Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 9/4/2004Pages: 168Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Mouse and Mole are very excited. Minkus the Magnificent is in townONE SHOW ONLY!and they can’t wait to sit in the front row and see his tricks. After the abracadabras happen, though, something goes a bit wrongand Mole is very disappointed to discover that magic is sometimes not exactly what it seems. How will Mouse help her friend realize that there is magic happening right in front of their very eyes? Wong Herbert Yee gives readers another grand adventure with two best friends, Mouse and Mole, who, despite their different outlooks on life, manage to show each other that friendship itself is a magical event!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 9/6/2010Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
Mole is happy and fulfilled by his simple life and limited possessions ("one bed, one pillow, one shelf for books, one cup for tea") till a friend "who has everything" persuades him that he doesn't have nearly enough. And so he sets out on a journey of acquisition, tunneling under and popping up in swamps and forests, in caves, junkyards, and underwater, and always managing to find another thing that he absolutely must have. Once he has everything, it must be transported back and stuffed into his small home. Having so much to attend to, and dust, and fix and, fidget with leaves no time to do the things he really likes, so Mole decides that maybe he already had everything he wanted, and not a thing more than he needed. After a grand giveaway, Mole pares his life down to just those things that make him happy and fulfilled.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 5/8/2012Pages: 40Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
All the animals are busy lending a hand in the garden in this lively numbers bookThe parrots are pulling up carrots, the bears are picking pears and a swarm of bees are pruning the trees with their miniature shears. Julia Donaldson’s whimsical rhymes and Nick Sharratt’s hilarious illustrations make this early introduction to animals, the outdoors, and gardening a delight to share out loud. With plenty to giggle at on every page, counting—or gardening—has never been so much fun!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/9/2010Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
When her father begins a long-distance romance with a Washington, D.C. zookeeper, twelve-year-old Frankie sends fabricated e-mail letters to the zookeeper in an attempt to end the relationship in this story about family, friendship, and growing up.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 5/1/2007Pages: 266Reading Level: Age 9 and Up
From clothesline codes to surveillance satellites and cyber espionage, Paul B. Janeczko uncovers two centuries’ worth of true spy stories in U.S. history.Ever since George Washington used them to help topple the British, spies and their networks have helped and hurt America at key moments in history. In this fascinating collection, Paul B. Janeczko probes such stories as that of Elizabeth Van Lew, an aristocrat whose hatred of slavery drove her to be one of the most successful spies in the Civil War; the "Choctaw code talkers," Native Americans who were instrumental in sending secret messages during World War I; the staggering engineering behind a Cold War tunnel into East Berlin to tap Soviet phones (only to be compromised by a Soviet mole and many more famous and less-known examples. Colorful personalities, daring missions, the feats of the loyal, and the damage of traitors are interspersed with a look at the technological advances that continue to change the rules of gathering intelligence.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 10/12/2010Pages: 256Reading Level: Age 12 and Up
Mole took a piece of pink paper and folded it in half. He drew a curvy line in pencil. "That looks like my tail," giggled Mouse. "Don't be silly!" chuckled Mole. He cut along the line with scissors. Snip, snip, snip! "Presto!" Mole unfolded the paper. "Why, it's a heart!" Mouse exclaimed. "You are too clever, Mole!" Rosy-cheeked Mouse and shy Mole share their secret valentines and feel butterflies in their bellies in this seventh installment in the award-winning Mouse and Mole series. Wong Herbert Yee creates just the right combination of sweetness, humor, and heart with his words and images for this early reader audience. Readers will be smitten and swooning with this new tender and funny book in this artful and accessible series. As an added bonus, learn how to make a valentine to share in the back of the book!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 12/3/2013Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
Mole Music (Book + CD) A Junior Library Guild Selection.A Children's Book-of-the-Month Club Selection.Mole has always led a simple life, but he begins to think that something is missing. When he hears a violin playing for the first time, he longs to make beautiful music. At first, Mole can only make horrible screeching noises on the new violin he gets, but he practices and practices. Finally, his patience and dedication are rewarded. Mole creates a magical gift that unbeknownst to him has the power to erase hatred from the hearts of all who hear his music.
Share another vibrant autumn season with Mouse and Mole in the sixth installment of this Geisel Honor Award–winning series. "Eeny, meeny, miny, mumpkin —Which of you will be my pumpkin?” Mouse likes Halloween.In fact, Mouse loves Halloween. And with only a few days to go before the big day, Mouse has lots of preparations to make. There are decorations to hang up and pumpkins to carve — especially for the big pumpkin-carving contest! Mole does not like Halloween nearly as much. It is scary. It is creepy. And who left that broom on the front step? Thankfully a pumpkin-carving contest is not too scary.But the pumpkin-carving contest is just the beginning of Mouse and Mole’s Halloween adventures. What’s Mouse to do when her best friend has turned into a big Scaredy-Mole? Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award WinnerWong Herbert Yee is a master of combining text and illustration for this age group. His onomatopoeic language paired with his vibrantly stylized illustrations make for an early reader series that is both artful and accessible.Book Details:Format: Library BindingPublication Date: 9/6/2011Pages: 48Reading Level: Age 6 and Up
ABOUT SEVI Sevi is an Italian wooden-toy manufacturer, the oldest in Europe, known for its sophisticated style and international design influences that have been the brand's hallmark since its founding in 1831.-Hand-crafted: Sevi products are hand-crafted and hand-painted, any irregularities or slight differences from item to item are characteristics of a hand-made product and only add to the value of these toys-Educational content: all Sevi toys are designed to stimulate and develop the skills in children of all ages.-Paint: all colors and paints used are non-toxic and resistant to saliva, this means that Sevi products are even suitable for very small children. History Sevi's history is in its name, which combines the initials of the founder's son (Senoner Vinzenz): in 1831 the young carving and inlaying craftsman Josef Anton Senoner founded the toy company in Ortesei (Val Gardena), in the northern region of Italy, close to the German, Austrian, French and Swiss borders.
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