When Little Mole is feeling sad in his dark, underground home, his mother shows him how to look for hope. He finds that signs of spring are everywhere, from the daffodil bulbs under the soil to the tiny buds on the branches above. Hope can be found--even in the darkest places.
In Little Mole Finds Hope, best-selling children's author Glenys Nellist and illustrator Sally Garland tell an endearing story sure to lift the spirits of people emerging from the cold of winter or a challenging season of life and inspire them to look for signs that spring will come again.
About the Author
Glenys Nellist was born and raised in a little village in northern England. The author of multiple children's books including the bestselling 'Twas the Evening of Christmas and the popular series Love Letters from God and Snuggle Time, her writing reflects a deep passion for helping children discover joy in the world. Glenys lives in Michigan with her husband, David. Learn more at GlenysNellist.com
Sally Garland grew up in the Highlands of Scotland and studied illustration at Edinburgh College of Art. She has always loved drawing and been passionate about children's literature and illustration; she has now worked as an illustrator for many years. When Sally is not illustrating, she enjoys reading, walking, and baking gingerbread men with her son. Sally lives in Glasgow, Scotland, with her family.