Busy, Busy Moose
|Rating||:||4.37 (714 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
Tony said A wonderful book for children. All 5 of my children love this book. The older ones read it to the younger two regularly.
In "Fall," Moose watches his smaller companions busily preparing for colder weather. Not having to gather food, he stands alone with nothing to do, until a flock of birds lands on his antlers and provides him with a job. There is enough phrase repetition to suit newly independent readers, and these delightful stories could also be shared aloud. . "Summer" allows time for Moose and Beaver to prepare special surprises for one another. An appealing addition to easy-reader shelves.Lisa Smith, Lindenhurst Memorial Library, NYCopyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc. "Winter" finds the large animal ferrying his frie
Squirrel must hide acorns. How can Moose feel useful and important too? Set in the secure world of the woods, these gentle stories for beginning readers reveal the promise of enterprise in us all, as the winsome Moose sets out to find just what a Moose is good at doing.. Rabbit must gather bark and twigs. It is fall, and Beaver must make his winter house. But Moose has nothing busy to do