Honk, the moose
One cold winter on the Iron Range of Minnesota in the 1930s, a hungry moose found hay in the livery stable of Birora and moved in. No one in town could shoot a gentle, sad-looking moose, so the people adopted him instead. Based on a true event in Biwabik, MN.
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Review: Honk the MooseUser Review - Jill - Goodreads
The illustrations by Kurt Wiese are what made this such a pleasurable read for me. The book itself is a product of its time. Not shy about using cultural sterotypes and over-generalizations. For ... Read full review
Review: Honk the MooseUser Review - Kim - Goodreads
I can't believe I've never read this one before! It holds up very well for its age. The length is perfect for a school-aged child to enjoy on their own or read with a parent. The illustrations are ... Read full review
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WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A MOOSE?
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