Moose of Course by John Gould, Paul Cyr
  

Synopsis

Moose of Course by John Gould, Paul Cyr

A persistent young boy is desperate to see a moose. Despite the repeated advice to simply do nuthin', he tries everything he can think of to attract a moose, from dressing up as a moose to trying to trap one. Every attempt, however, ends hilariously without any sign of a moose. Finally, when he has no other choice but to do nuthin', is he rewarded with a glimpse of a whole moose family. Told in rhyming verse by a former speech therapist, Moose of Course helps kids expand their vocabularies and offers important lessons about persistence and knowing when to follow advice or follow your gut.

About the Author

Lynn Plourde (www.lynnplourde.com) is the author of more than thirty children's books including Pigs in the Mud in the Middle of the Rud, Moose, of Course, Bella's Fall Coat, and Lost Trail. Her books have received a variety of recognitions including Lupine Honor Awards, Maine Student Book Award, Maine Literary Award, and Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award. Lynn is a teaching author who visits many schools and shares writing advice. She hibernates high on a ridge in Winthrop, Maine, where she has seen deer, fox, wild turkeys, and other critters in her yard, but not a single black bear-yet! After many years as a nautical and magazine illustrator, Jim Sollers turned to children's books. He has since illustrated several, including Antlers Forever, The First Feud, and Little Tom Turkey. He lives in Rockland, Maine.

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Format

Board book
24 pages

Author

John Gould, Paul Cyr
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Publication date

15th September 2016

ISBN

9781608936168


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