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Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A wry twist on an alphabet story makes for laugh-out-loud fun.Poor Moose. He tries to get into the alphabetic act on every letter page from D to L, but Zebra, who's directing the assemblage, insists it's not his turn yet and that he must move off the page. When it IS time for M, Zebra decides to go with Mouse, and Moose flips his antlers—well, his lid. Zebra tries to console the despondent moose ... Read full review

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User Review  - mackenzie27 - LibraryThing

This ABC book is where a moose is all through out the pages, trying to get on a page, so he can be part of the book. When the zebra, who is in charge, decides not to involve moose, moose gets very ... Read full review

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Poor Moose gets overexcited, butting into the pages of this alphabet book, until Zebra, puts a mouse in his place on the M page. The style of this story is a fable. This setting of a stage production adds to the novelty of this irresistible tale.

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User Review  - auntiepants88 - LibraryThing

Join Zebra as he tries to present the alphabet while Moose is trying to present himself in almost every letter. Read full review

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