M is for Mole

It feels more playful to just show the molehills and not the mole. If this project becomes a book you could have a two spreads, the second one revealing the culprit.

Moles are common and widely distributed on mainland Britain and found almost anywhere where the soil is deep enough for them to dig a tunnel. They are entirely absent from Ireland.
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One Response to M is for Mole

  1. I think the energy of the Mole appearing from the hole works perfectly. With the lowercase m having the right level of inquisitiveness for his hands.

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