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Early Reader: Murdoch Mole's Big Idea

Georgie Adams

5 Reviews

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Early Reader, Interest age: from c 5 years, Fiction, Kids & Teens

A brand new Early Reader edition of a story about a little mole with big ideas.

Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey.

On Monday the oak tree blew down. Murdoch Mole was perfectly certain it was all his doing. On Wednesday Murdoch had a BIG idea. By Thursday Murdoch was nothing more than an ordinary mole with big ideas. By Sunday Murdoch was a somebody!

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Praise for Early Reader: Murdoch Mole's Big Idea

  • I enjoyed reading this book and guessing what Murdoch would do next - Kidaround.biz - Gracie Hurley, aged 7

  • I enjoyed reading this book and guessing what Murdoch would do next - Kidaround.biz - Gracie Hurley, aged 7

  • A lovely story which bridges the gap from picture book to chapter book perfectly, with its colourful layout and easily read enjoyable story. - Parents in Touch - Parents in Touch

  • Themes: ideas, lots of mishaps, mischievous people, disappointment on learning the truth, happiness when doing something right, several smiles, a few 'oh no' moments, and yes I did need a tissue - Nayu's reading corner

  • Themes: ideas, lots of mishaps, mischievous people, disappointment on learning the truth, happiness when doing something right, several smiles, a few 'oh no' moments, and yes I did need a tissue - Nayu's reading corner

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Georgie Adams

Georgie Adams was born in Tunbridge Wells, and grew up in Kent and Sussex. She was an editor for many years in the UK and Australia, was co-director of a small publishing company in London, before becoming a successful writer of children's books. She has written over 70 books, mostly for young children. Georgie is married to artist and printmaker, Tom Adams, has two daughters and three stepchildren, and lives in a rural part of North Cornwall, overlooking the Kensey Valley. Her website is http://www.georgieadams.com/