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Mole & Shrew step out

by Jackie French Koller

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Published by Atheneum, Maxwell Macmillan Canada, Maxwell Macmillan International in New York, Toronto, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Balls (Parties) -- Fiction.,
  • Moles (Animals) -- Fiction.,
  • Shrews -- Fiction.,
  • Friendship -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Mole commits a comic blunder regarding a fancy ball, but his good friend Shrew sticks by him.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesMole and Shrew step out.
    StatementJackie French Koller ; illustrated by Stella Ormai.
    ContributionsOrmai, Stella, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.K833 Mp 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1541753M
    ISBN 100689317131
    LC Control Number91020531
    OCLC/WorldCa23940038

    Shrews can be an important prey item for some small carnivores. Owls are a primary predator of shrews, but hawks, small mammalian carnivores, and even snakes also prey on them. Eastern Mole. There are mole species worldwide and seven species in North America. Only the Eastern Mole is found in Mississippi. - Explore muesermouse's board "MoLE n SHreW LoVE", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Mole, Children's book illustration, Book illustration pins.

    At a total length of 4 to 5 inches, the gray to black Shrew-mole (Neurotrichus gibbsii) is the smallest mole in North America and is unique to the Pacific Northwest. These tiny moles have many shrew-like features—they lack the mole's developed forelegs for digging—and are found . Shrews. Color: Shrews are usually gray to black in color. Characteristics: Shrews are small, mole-like mammals that look a bit like long-nosed have an elongated snout with dense fur and five clawed toes on each foot. Size: They range in size from 2 inches long to 6 inches long, depending on the species, and most don’t weigh much more than a couple of ounces.

    The longest title of a book consists of 26, characters, and was achieved by Vityala Yethindra (India) in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, on 20 March The full book title contains words and reads as follows: 'The historical development of the Heart i.e. from its formation from Annelida: Clam worm, Seamouse, Lugworm, Megascolex, Tubifex. Those species called "shrew moles" represent an intermediate form between the moles and their shrew ancestors, and as such may not be fully described by the article. Giga-fren Insectivora, order of MAMMALS containing 7 living families: SHREWS (Soricidae), MOLES (Talpidae), hedgehogs (Erinaceidae), tenrecs (Tenrecidae), otter shrews.


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Humorous (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile This story is about two friends, Mole and Shrew, who want to buy new books and flowers. However, in order to make these purchases, they need to get jobs. Unfortunately, something goes wrong at every job they. Shrews' eyes are tiny, but visible in most species; Shrews have many habitats, depending on the species; Shrews will reuse the tunnels made by moles and voles and will also occasionally invade buildings.

Shrews feed on insects, earthworms, slugs, small animals, seeds and roots, and eat constantly due to very high metabolism. Shrews have smaller feet than moles, and most species have tiny but visible eyes and ears. People are also more likely to actually see a shrew than a mole, as shrews spend more time out of their tunnels.

Shrew vs. Mole Damage. If large ridges appear in the lawn, the culprit is likely a mole. Holes in lawns about one inch wide may belong to shrews. Whether a little mouse-like creature startled you by scurrying through your yard or you found evidence of tunneling, learning to identify moles, shrews and voles is the first step in dealing with.

The American shrew mole (Neurotrichus gibbsii) is the smallest species of is the only living member of the genus Neurotrichus and the tribe is also known as Gibb's shrew mole and least shrew mole.

It is not closely related to the Asian shrew mole (Uropsilus in Urotrichini).The reason that it is called a "shrew mole" instead of being called either a "shrew" or a "mole. Moles and shrews are beneficial animals in the garden, eating insect pests and aerating the soil. On the other hand, voles can damage trees by gnawing their bark, and they can also eat garden veggies like potatoes and carrots.

Learning to tell the different between these rodents can help you make informed pest control decisions. If your home or property has been experiencing issues with moles, voles or shrews, contact the experts at Ehrlich online or call us at to discuss possible solutions for the problem.

We know how to tell the difference between moles, voles and shrews and we can eliminate them from your premises, so reach out to us today. Shrews hunt for insects above ground and in tunnels made by moles or voles. Shrews are much smaller than moles (3 to 4 inches in body length) and are mouse-like in appearance with a long, pointed snout, a short dense coat of fur, and small eyes.

Shrews do not create surface tunnels but may feed in runways or tunnels of other small mammals. For fans of the Frog and Toad books and Amelia Bedelia stories, the antic tales of Mole and Shrew will prove to be worthy successors.

In the introductory title, find out how Mole and Shrew first meet, how Mole finds a new home, and how, with much confusion along the way, Mole and Shrew /5(1).

In contrast to the shrew, mice have larger eyes, a small nose and sometimes have two shades of color in their fur. Shrews can also be mistaken for moles, but shrews are much smaller in size and have larger feet.

In their entire population, there are over species of shrews throughout the world. A trap will then be set out for the shrew. This story is about two friends, Mole and Shrew, who want to buy new books and flowers.

However, in order to make these purchases, they need to get jobs. Unfortunately, something goes wrong at every job they get. This entertaining tale takes you along with Mole and Shrew as they try out many jobs in their search for the perfect one.

Shrews have meat-eaters' pointed teeth and small ears compared to a mouse's grooved incisors and large ears. You'll find a long, sparsely furred tail on a mouse; a shrew's tail is shorter with a bit more fur.

Shrews have five toes on their front feet and, being rodents, mice have only four. Mole And Shrew All Year Through book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mole and Shrew celebrate a holiday for each season o /5(2). Pictures of Moles, Voles, and Shrews Oh My.

Let's start with the basics. When you hear the term mole, vole, or shrew then what you're really starting with is a group of animals. There are many types of moles, many types of voles, and many types of shrews.

Shrews. Shrews have long, thin snouts, and spike-like teeth that look noticeably different from rodents’ front gnawing incisors. Most species of shrew are tiny, no larger than a mouse, and their eyes are very small.

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earthworms. Moles will not eat grain-based bait. Shrews are smaller than moles at 4 to 5 inches long. Shrews, like moles, are strictly insectivorous and eat earthworms, grubs and other nuisance insects.

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Although they are similar to shrews in size, external appearance, and, presumably, ecological habits, they are.