Does a Sea Cow Say Moo? by Terry Webb Harshman
  

Does a Sea Cow Say Moo?

Written by Terry Webb Harshman
Illustrated by George McClements

Synopsis

Does a Sea Cow Say Moo? by Terry Webb Harshman

Cow in the sea. Cow in the field. Does a sea cow say Moo And eat grass for its meal? DOES A SEA COW SAY MOO? Oh, that can't be true! It chirps and it clicks and it Whistles instead, And grazes on sea grass In shallow sea beds. When an alien lands on earth he is very befuddled by the names of the bizarre creatures he finds in the sea, and his imagination starts to run wild with all the possibilities! A little boy soon explains what the creatures really are with some very funny fish facts, too.

About the Author

Terry Webb Harshman is the author of many books for children including Porcupine's Pyjama Party - forming part of a series of I Can Read books published by HarperTrophy in the US. This is his first book for Bloomsbury. George McClements is the author and illustrator of Night of the Veggie Monster published by Bloomsbury in March 2008. He is a director for character art for Walt Disney Consumer Products. He has worked on projects for such films as Dinosaur, Flubber and Inspector Gadget. He is also the author of The Last Badge and Jake Gander: Storyville Detective.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Terry Webb Harshman
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

2nd June 2008

ISBN

9780747587347


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