Looking for a Moose
An ear-tickling, eye-teasing romp for little listeners, led by an award-winning author and illustrator
Do you really, really want to see a moose — a long-leggy moose — a branchy-antler, dinner-diving, bulgy-nose moose? Spurred by Phyllis Root's sing-songy text and Randy Cecil's buoyant illustrations, this hunt for an elusive moose through woods, swamps, bushes, and hills is just as fun as the final surprise discovery of moose en masse. Children will laugh at the running visual joke — what is that little dog looking at? — and ask for repeated reads of this satisfying tale.
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Review: Looking for a MooseUser Review - Stacia - Goodreads
I'm a big fan of Randy Cecil. Especially after buying Brontorina! This book, however, might work for a REALLY young crowd...three to four? The words were rhymey and repetitious, but somehow felt a ... Read full review
Review: Looking for a MooseUser Review - Sheri - Goodreads
Cute read aloud and with kids help they search for the moose in the pictures from wheat information the mc is giving them. Repeated verse while looking for this moose. An example of a story that repeats a verse. Lots of vivid verbs and noise words. Read full review