In the best kept secret in the ordinary town of Smallsbury, we meet Molly Maybe and her side-kick, wiry-whiskered Waggy. They are observing happenings in their next door neighbours’ garden from Molly’s very special treehouse. Huge mole hills have appeared all over the lawn…time to investigate, by entering the magical monster underworld via her marvellous Mundervator. Down, down they zoom, and end up surrounded by monsters of all shapes, sizes and hues. Molly and Waggy Burns think they have solved the problem, having tracked down the perpetrator of that damaged lawn, a certain Dappity-Doofer. All three scheme to find a solution to the problem, having to side track the Vector Spector Mole Detector. The outcome is hilarious. Dappity-Doofer comes to the rescue ‘with a wibble and wobble and a WHOOAAHH!’ Monster mission accomplished declares Molly whilst Waggy wiggles his whiskers. The use of alliteration and bouncy rhymes greatly raises the text to something quite hilarious, children loving all the names of characters in the story, and the illustrations of all the monsters are packed with humour.
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