The Mole Book explores the thoughts and perspectives of a young boy while his grandfather, a farmer who works long hours in the sun, must deal with having his pesky moles removed. The boy confuses skin moles with the small furry animals and imagines that the moles are actually colorful creatures living on his grandpa.
This story offers a lighthearted view of the creative misconceptions and sometimes wildly imaginative expectations of children, particularly in the realm of common ailments.
Written by Theresa Aurand, MD
Illustrated by Abby Nurre.