Molly is a mole with many friends, including a deer, a butterfly, and an owl. Sometimes Molly feels sad because she doesn't look the same as her friends, and feels very different to them. By helping each of them out with a task, Molly learns that her friends love her for the amazing qualities that are unique just to her. Molly the Mole addresses the difference between the way we perceive ourselves and the way our friends and family perceive us. Molly learns the importance of being kind and patient with others, and that everyone is unique.
Aims to eliminate prejudices and encourage acceptance in young children aged 4-8, this delightful story is accompanied by hand-drawn, watercolour illustrations.
Market: Children, schools, counsellors, pastoral teams, social workers, and trans organisations.