Mole’s labels are many and varied, there are nouns, like “snail” and “moss” “twig” and “poo”. And when he discovers a mysterious green lump on the path his labels venture into adjective territory, “lumpy” “bumpy” “bobbly” and a bit of “nobbly”. But when the thing wakes up, a new label is required. The only problem is that the thing starts eating Mole’s labels while simultaneously following him around.
I’m at a loss to find the right words for how great this book is. In the vein of Mole, I’m going to string together a bunch of labels; great, original, quirky, tasty, heart-warming, splendid. A crocodile puppet or felt and some labels (from the book, or suggested by your audience) would make for a truly awesome storytelling event.
Check out Dangerous! at Auckland Libraries.
Or buy Dangerous! from Fishpond.