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"Dream big, Little Mole, be brilliant, be YOU ..."

Join one little mole as she follows her dream of building the biggest hole ever, and learns along the way that everyone has something special to give the world - it just sometimes takes a little time (and a few mishaps!) to discover what that special something is.
A powerful celebration of embracing who you are and finding your own unique talent from Tom Percival, the creator of Ruby's Worry. With charming illustrations by Christine Pym.

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About Tom Percival

Tom Percival is a writer, artist, video producer and musician. Tom writes and illustrates his own picture books, including Tobias and the Super Spooky Ghost Book, A Home for Mr Tipps (HarperCollins) and Jack's Amazing Shadow (Pavilion). Herman's Holiday is Tom's third picture book for Bloomsbury, following up from Herman's Letter and Bubble Trouble. Tom live

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About Christine Pym

Christine Pym studied illustration for Children's Publishing at the North East Wales School of Art and Design, and has been working as a professional illustration ever since. She illustrated The Tail of the North Whale, which was shortlisted for the Booktrust Early Years Award in 2009. Christine loves books, folk art, old things, wildlife watching and walks

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