Mooses Come Walking

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Chronicle Books, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Mooses look into your window at night
They look to the left and they look to the right
The mooses are smiling, they think it's a zoo
And that's why the mooses like looking at you.

Singer/songwriter Arlo Guthrie's Iyrics come alive in this illustrated version of his folk song Mooses Come Walking. Readers will find humor in what mooses do when they go for walks and will be surprised by the silly adventures mooses partake in. Look out—you never know when a moose may be watching you!

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Guthrie's first book is an endearing poem that is supposed to be about moose, but whose blithe rhymes have nonsense verse written all over them. ``Mooses come walking up over the hill./Mooses come ... Read full review

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One of the best books ever for kids of all ages.

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About the author (1995)

Arlo Guthrie has produced more than a dozen albums -- and for the first time, one of his songs has been illustrated to create this charming children's book. He lives in Massachusetts.

Alice M. Brock is the former owner and chef of the world-famous Alice's Restaurant - immortalized both in Arlo Guthrie's song and the film by the same name. She makes her home in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

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