Bestselling author Glenys Nellist tells a Christmas tale of generosity and kindness. It was going to be the best Christmas ever because Little Mole had found the perfect gift for Mama: the biggest, most beautiful mushroom he had ever seen. But on his way home, Little Mole encounters other woodland friends in need. Though it pains him to do so, Little Mole shares pieces of his mushroom with each friend he meets until there’s not much left. Disappointed and anxious about what this means for Christmas, Little Mole wraps what’s left of the mushroom. He fears Christmas is ruined, but ultimately, Little Mole discovers that his gift was bigger than he ever imagined.Little Mole’s Christmas Gift is a companion to Nellist’s spring-themed picture book, Little Mole Finds Hope.
Sally lives in Glasgow with her partner Ronnie and their son Johnny. She studied Illustration and Graphic Design for four years at Edinburgh College Of Art. Sally believes it is the observation of childhood and the imaginative world that children inhabit that is a continual source of inspiration. She describes her work as slightly quirky and whimsical and incorporates both traditional mediums such as acrylic paint and pencil as well as digital packages such as Illustrator and Photoshop.
Nothing yet! You should let Glenys Nellist know that you want to hear from them about their book.
Nothing yet! You should let Sally Garland know that you want to hear from them about their book.