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Little Mo

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A tale about a small polar bear mastering the ice. Little Mo likes the ice, even though, at first, she keeps falling over. Then the Big Ones, her friends, come along. Initially, they are helpful, picking her up and then sliding and gliding around the ice with her, and she loves it. But then the Big Ones get too boisterous and they knock Little Mo over and forget about her. She starts to cry. But, after a while, the Big Ones get tired and go off home, leaving Little Mo on her own to slide about on the ice again. And she has a wonderful time! Martin Waddell, who also writes under the pseudonym Catherine Sefton, has written "Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?" (winner of the 1989 Smarties Book Prize and the Kate Greenaway Medal), "Let's Go Home, Little Bear", "The Park in the Dark" (winner of the 1989 Emil/Kurt Maschler Award", "Rosie's Babies" (winner of the 1990 Best Books for Babies Award), "Farmer Duck" (winner of the 1991 Smarties Book Prize), "The Hidden House", "Squeak-A-Lot", "The Happy Hedgehog Band", "The Pig in the Pond" (runner-up for the Kate Greenaway Medal), "Owl Babies", "The Big Big Sea" and "John Joe and the Big Hen". Jill Barton has illustrated "The Happy Hedgehog Band", Hide synopsis

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