Three very funny stories for newly independent readers, all featuring Hairy Mole and his pirate crew: Guff, Belch, Pickle, the twins Crevice and Pit - and of course Mr Bogey with his extra-squeaky voice and stubble you could grate cheese on. The playful layouts offer a reduced amount of text on each page - perfect also for reluctant readers. The Hairy Mole Reading Pack includes all four reading books from the series.
Hairy Mole thought he was the meanest, maddest, roughest, toughest pirate that ever lived. With a black bushy beard, rotten teeth and an eyepatch (which he didn't really need), Hairy Mole was nearly as scary as his pirate crew. And then one day Hairy Mole decided that enough was enough. He would follow his dreams and sail his little ship out onto the seven seas in search of adventures and jam. Even when Hairy Mole smells of lemons he still manages to lead his crew into great adventures, even if they do get to eat nothing but fish fingers.
This is laugh-out-loud fun with Hairy Mole and his silly pirate crew! The first book in the series is a larger format to help newly independent readers move from guided reading into independent reading. Each book is overflowing with excitement and adventure, the illustrations practically leaping off the page and the text struggling to stay still. The playful layouts offer a reduced amount of text on each page, making them even more suitable for newly independent readers.
The pack includes two titles:
Hairy Mole the Pirate
Hairy Mole and the Precious Isles Black and White