Minnie and Moo & the Seven Wonders of the World

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Simon and Schuster, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 134 pages
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Minnie and Moo are the best of friends. Moo has her books. Minnie has her espresso machine. Farm life is good. Almost perfect. Until Moo overhears the not-so-good news that the farmer needs money so desperately that he must sell the farm.
No! He mustn't! Not if Minnie and Moo can help it. Not if the other animals are willing to follow our heroines on a paid tour of Moo's version of the Seven Wonders of the World. Not if that thing in the woods minds its own business.
Not if...
 

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Contents

The Night Before
1
Q NotSoGood News 13 Q The Mystery Spot
75
The Flan 3 Q The Brood of Shorts
89
The Presidential Bunion 35 The Seventh Wonder
99
U Motherhood and a Hubcap 49 jj The Forest Octopus
109
Q The Well of Troubles 63 Its a Wonder
123
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About the author (2003)

Denys Cazet first introduced his lovable cows in a series of books for beginning readers. Here is more bovine silliness for children reading on their own. Besides the Minnie and Moo tales the author/artist is well-known for A Fish in His Pocket and "I'm Not Sleepy," both School Library Journal Best Books of the Year; and Never Spit on Your Shoes, picture-book winner of the California Young Reader Medal.

Mr. Cazet, for years a school librarian, lives with his wife and sons in Pope Valley, California.

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