Moo Bird (Scholastic Reader, Level 1)
|Rating||:||4.51 (804 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
He doesn't find acceptance with the cow but does find a friend in the process. While the young birds in a nest happily tweet, one bird says "moo" instead. Cows moo. Get with it." When he can't conform, Moo Bird is asked to leave and sets out to find a cow. VERDICT A sweet story that fledgling readers will delight in tackling many times over.—Andrea Pavlik, Huntington Public Library, NY . He encounters many animals along the way that incorporate several sight words and visual clues. The colorful, detailed expressions of the cartoon animals are sure to please and have youngsters rooting for Moo Bird. From School Library Journal PreS-Gr 1—Children learn that it is OK to be different in this beginning reader. He is told, "Birds tweet
Who will it be?. This Level One reader opens with a bird saying "moo" instead of "tweet." Moo Bird is clearly different from the other birds in his nest. Will Cow want to be his friend? At last, Moo Bird finds a friend. He feels like he doesn't belong. So Moo Bird goes off in search of where he DOES belong
Maureen McFarlane said This is an enjoyable book for beginning readers with fun illustrations and a silly and unexpected ending. This is an enjoyable book for beginning readers with fun illustrations and a silly and unexpected ending. My four year old son wants to let you know "I love it.". It is an easy book for children just learning how to read My whole family loves this book. It is an easy book for children just learning how to read. Love the "mean" birds and the happy ending.. Moo! We all need a friend who really gets us even when we are really different. Sometimes we just need to keep singing our own song and trust that they will find us.