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The Mole Book

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Written by Dr. Theresa Aurand

Illustrated by Abby Nurre

9×12 Hardcover / First 200 books sold come with a dust jacket.

This story explores the thoughts and perspective 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 skins moles with the small furry animals and imagines that the moles are actually colorful creatures living on his grandpa.

The Mole Book offers a lighthearted view of the creative misconceptions and sometimes wildly imaginative expectations of children, particularly in the realm of common ailments.

Written by internal medicine physician, Dr. Theresa Aurand, this story sheds light on the issue of sun exposure and provides a platform to teach kids about skin protection.

ISBN: 978-0-9836173-5-8

Published by Cincinnati Book Publishing

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 1 in
SKU: 978-0-9836173-5-8 Category: Tag:
Description

Theresa and Abby are a mother-daughter team.

The author, Theresa Aurand, is an internal medicine physician and mother of six children. She has an undergraduate degree in chemistry with experience in the environmental field working with water contamination. She loves all forms of science and math and has always attempted to inspire children in these disciplines using creative approaches.

The illustrator, Abby Nurre, is a watercolor artist and fashion designer. She was introduced to watercolor while attending University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). She specializes in pet portraits and wildlife and appreciates the focus that watercolor work brings to her life. Her work can be viewed at ABBYNURREWATERCOLOR.COM.

Both Abby and Theresa enjoy walking their dogs, viewing wildlife, and kayaking in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. The writer and illustrator team seek to inspire artistic creativity and curiosity in otherwise mundane or awkward subjects. Hopefully this approach will allow children to feel comfortable when dealing with human imperfections.