Moo Hoo by Candace Ryan


Moo Hoo by Candace Ryan

Cow and Owl are friends. MOO HOO. HOO MOO. They do everything together - like make music. TWO COO. And trick-or-treating. BOO! BOO! But when a strange playmate shows up ...ROO NEW. They discover that three is better than two. NEW TRUE CREW ...Moo Hoo combines another effortlessly clever text with unique and fresh illustrations from designer Mike Lowery.


Praise for Ribbit Rabbit: Ribbit, rabbit, grip it, grab it. Lovely rhythm that squabbling siblings will relate to Angels and Urchins A bright, fun storybook filled with quirky illustrations Creative Steps The rhythmic, onomatopoeic text is a pretty music, the kind of song you'd sing in the dark to lift your spirits. Equally joyful and engaging - and that's a tall order - is Lowery's artwork ... A mingling of the ridiculous with the sublime for a spellbinding effect Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Candace Ryan is also the author of Ribbit Rabbit and Animal House. She spent nine years as a special education teacher, and now lives in southern California with her husband and young son. Mike Lowery is an illustrator, fine artist and graphic designer. He is the illustrator of Ribbit Rabbit and Jo Nesbo's novel Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder, as well as a professor of illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He lives in Atlanta, USA.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


Candace Ryan
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Publication date

12th April 2012



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