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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Mole was eagerly waiting for his special star. He wanted to know if his special star would show him awesome stuff and the Big Mole nodded. That night Little Mole could not sleep. He stayed still until he could hear Big Mole's snoring and then sneaked off into the night. Squirrel leaned out from her tree and asked Little Mole to follow her. He went to the treetop and Squirrel pointed to the biggest star. Little Mole could only see a blurry light and he knew that was not his star. He did not know what to do and had no idea where to go. He heard the sound of waves and went there. He met Turtle who showed him a washed-up sea star. Little Mole could only see a shadowy shape and he wanted his star to help him see his world clearly. He went to different places in search of his star and finally how does Little Mole find his star?
Little Mole's Awesome Star by Emily Lim-Leh is an adorable story that introduces children to the star-nosed mole species in a fun and interesting way. The concept of finding one's own place in this world and independence has been woven beautifully into the plot, making it easy for young readers to understand it. John Lim brings the concept, the story, and the characters to life with his wonderful illustrations. The Let's Discuss questions and the Did You Know part about star-nosed moles makes the book perfect to use during interactive sessions in classrooms to make learning entertaining. Children, parents, and tutors need more books like this one to make learning and teaching new concepts fun, interesting, and interactive.