The Laddie, the Mowdie, the Tod and the Cuddie: The Animatit Story

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The Laddie, the Mowdie, the Tod and the Cuddie: The Animatit Story

The Laddie, the Mowdie, the Tod and the Cuddie: The Animatit Story

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This is the kind of book that you read in 20 minutes and then immediately hand to someone else, who then wants to lend your copy to someone but can’t because they aren’t a monster and instead buys 10 copies to keep on hand as gifts that seem personal but really aren’t. Enter the world of Charlie's four unlikely friends, discover their story and their most important life lessons. The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse have been shared millions of times online - perhaps you've seen them? They've also been recreated by children in schools and hung on hospital walls. They sometimes even appear on lamp posts and on cafe and bookshop windows. Perhaps you saw the boy and mole on the Comic Relief T-shirt, Love Wins? The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse have been shared millions of times online - perhaps you've seen them? They've also been recreated by children in schools and hung on hospital walls. They sometimes even appear on lamp posts and on cafe and bookshop windows. Perhaps you saw the boy and mole on the Comic Relief T-shirt, Love Wins? when i first saw this title and cover, i said AWWWWW! and then, over the holiday season, so many people were praising this book in print and in person, i knew i needed to get a copy for myself. OR, to get a copy for greg because - fox - and read it before gifting it to him. because i am a monster.

Is your glass half empty or half full asked the mole. "I think I am grateful to have a glass" said the boy. It is impossible not to like this book. It’s entirely made up of charming illustrations and great handwriting and beautiful sentences and jokes about cake. It gives you zero chance to dislike it. Love, freendship and kindness - this buik spikks a universal leid.' - Bear Grylls on The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse For me though it is not a 5 star which is the average rating I think at Goodreads, why, because it is a bit a bit of supersweet cuteness and morality overkill. 😊 This is probably because I’m used to read dark books…. So maybe I am not the target group for this book? 😉 My reason for sharing this personal and touching moment is this. I want to share a book with you that just blew me away, not just the personal experience. So please buy this book and if you have a child in your family circle, then read it with them or let them read it to you. Equally, you will not be disappointed if you decide to read on your own - whatever age you are. It is so beautiful and magical and is now one of my favourite books of all time – and it’s a children’s, adults and everyone book. However, I do agree with the views on the font. This will make it harder for younger children to read.Gnomic and wise… There’s an understated wit and charm on display here that should appeal to all. – FINANCIAL TIMES Forgotten the title or the author of a book? Our BookSleuth is specially designed for you. Visit BookSleuth It’s soothing and beautiful without being sappy; it’s prescriptive but never bossy. – THE NEW YORK TIMES Special thanks to my Patrons on Patreon for giving me extra support towards my passion for reading and reviewing!

a quiet, meaningful collection of comforting thoughts and lovely art. not exactly the most profound of sentiments, but i feel like, if read at the right moment, it really could be quite impactful. I have been looking for a book to read since yesterday to give me the feeling of a long, warm hug. I thought I needed a sad book. But that didn't work. My fever got worse and I just couldn't focus.I spent a sunny Autumnal morning reading this book and honestly it could not have been more perfect. What is the bravest thing you've ever said? asked the boy. 'Help,' said the horse. 'Asking for help isn't giving up,' said the horse. 'It's refusing to give up" I love how loose his line work is, and the way he changes his media. Paired with his use of certain colors, this is a gorgeous work of art! This scots translation is based on the BAFTA and Oscar winning short film ‘The Boy, the Mole. the Fox and the Horse’ 2023. First there is a boy. He is alone. He comes upon a mole, whom it seems loves cake more than anything else. The mole becomes the boy’s friend and companion, his coach and confidante. The boy shares his fears, the mole shares advice and his love of cake.

This book is so many adjectives: powerful, impactful, lovely, heart warming, comforting, beautifully crafted, brilliant, simply amazing, are just a few that come to mind! 🦊 Discover the very special book that has captured the hearts of millions of readers all over the world.It doesn´t downplay serious topics or has any moralizing dramedy soap opera trigger like other genre examples This isn't directly related to the book itself but the author is a self-proclaimed Evangelist who has recently found Jesus Christ after being an atheist all his life. He has been speaking publicly about this before he published his book and has been previously described as the most famous evangelist in the UK. It does tie in with the very abstract clichés found in the book itself. I'm cynical about writers who talk about love and kindness and righteousness from the perspective of religion. We should not be teaching children that love and kindness stem from an omniscient being who made us in his image but simply because it's the right thing to do for the greater good, for a better, richer, greener planet. A lonely little boy befriends a mole who becomes his constant companion and confidante. Finding a fox caught in a snare, they free him and he joins them in their wanderings. When they come across a horse, their quartet is complete. Inseparable companions, they explore together and discuss everything that makes us human, offering advice and lessons that are beautiful in their simplicity. Charlie... THE COMPANION BOOK TO THE BAFTA AND OSCAR-WINNING SHORT ANIMATED FILM - Available on BBC and Apple+... It is like a collection of life quotes but also a reassurance that you matter and that's all it matters.

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse isn’t as much a story as it is a book of advice, encouragement, and lessons accompanied by whimsical hand-drawn illustrations. The advice and lessons are beautiful and meaningful, and the entire book is a genuinely heartfelt experience. I really think this will be the perfect gift for those you want to share a message of encouragement or love with. It’s similar to Winnie the Pooh in its content but not so much in narrative or illustration. This will be one you won't be able to forget. I bought this for my little darling's birthday in July, and she tells me at the grand old age of 8, it is her “..favourite book in the world ever”. My brother then informs me that this precious little one brought the book to school so she could read to the class as part of the Christmas treat's they were allowed. Not to miss out on this moment I asked her to read to me too over the Christmas holidays, and this fabulous experience goes down as one of my most special moments in the “world - ever”. But, definitely a book to leaf through, read the wisdom, be in awe of the beautiful drawings,revisit so keep it close on your table, and be captured by the cute friendship between the boy, the mole (personally I liked the mole best, because of the humor in its statements), the fox and the horse in the beautiful drawings. Okay, 3.6 for me. This unforgettable book with the memorable title is a book about friendship, kindness, and self-esteem told in the most special of ways.What a beautiful and inspirational book to start 2021 with. A simple and thought provoking read, where the reader is reminded of the fundamental of goodness and kindness we were all born with.



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