Moo!

Moo When Cow gets her hooves on the farmer s car she takes it for a wild ride through the country Moooo But a bump in the road brings this joy ride to a troublesome end Moo moo Has Cow learned her lesson

  • Title: Moo!
  • Author: David LaRochelle Mike Wohnoutka
  • ISBN: 9780802734105
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Cow gets her hooves on the farmer s car, she takes it for a wild ride through the country Moooo But a bump in the road brings this joy ride to a troublesome end Moo moo Has Cow learned her lesson about living life in the fast lane Moo Pairing two talented creators who managed to tell a complete story with just one word MOO this imaginative picture book will hWhen Cow gets her hooves on the farmer s car, she takes it for a wild ride through the country Moooo But a bump in the road brings this joy ride to a troublesome end Moo moo Has Cow learned her lesson about living life in the fast lane Moo Pairing two talented creators who managed to tell a complete story with just one word MOO this imaginative picture book will have readers laughing one moment and on the edge of their seats the next, as it captures the highs and lows of a mischievous cow s very exciting day.

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      Published :2019-09-24T18:33:45+00:00

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    221 thoughts on “Moo!”

    1. This book is too much fun. I read it to a few different groups of kids, and one group asked me to read it again. I think this book would go over well with older kids, even.


    2. Oh my goodness-YES!!! I like this even more than "Banana" possibly because I love cows. And also because there is a little more in the illustrations. Can't wait to read this in preschool storytime!1/8/14: Fabulous!! The kids and adults all loved this. Laughed throughout the whole thing. Loved the pictures. Loved that the cow took the car. Loved all the moo-ing. I read it just right that they understand what all was being said in Moo. The only downside: I forgot the adorable toy cow I got for Chr [...]


    3. Well, not just one word. It helps to know "car for sale" and "police." And the wonderful sly ending, (view spoiler)["baa" (hide spoiler)].Ridiculous fun. Not sure of the reread value, but if your library has it, do check it out.



    4. This one had me cracking up. Such a good story told in just one word (until the end). Great illustrations, they really enhance the story! Read for my grad school class of Lit & Resources for Children.





    5. I can picture this book being a funny read aloud for young children. In fact, I'm sure they would be dying at the end if read correctly. However, the story only follows the shenanigans of one cow who gets in trouble at the end. I was hoping for a clearer message at the end, but I never felt like I received one.


    6. If you only read one children's picture book this year, READ THIS ONE! And read it out loud with enthusiasm! There are only 6 words used to tell the story, but only two that you really need to read out loud. I promise, you will love it and so will those you are reading it to.le kids and kids at heart.Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy (CLEL) chose this book as the CLEL Bell Award Book for the Every Child Ready to Read practice of Talk. The illustrations are priceless and if you and your liste [...]


    7. Moo! accomplishes exactly what I'm looking for in a read-aloud picture book. It warms up students' literacy mechanisms by spotlighting different ways to express a single word depending on context. And it's fun! I used it by showing the pictures and flipping the pages while asking different groups of students to supply the various Moos.


    8. Great illustrations and definitely a great read for storytime. Enjoyed that the entire book had two words. Great to teach kids about expression, feelings, and punctuation. Loved reading this out loud to add some fun. Kids will definitely be laughing at this book when read out loud!


    9. Umn I give it TEN STARS, please!Perfect for beginning readers to teach about print awareness. Also great to build confidence in early readers since pretty much every single word is "moo." I can't WAIT to do this in story times!!


    10. A fun one-word story to show how one word can have many different meanings. A good book to pair with BALL by Mary Sullivan. I have to admit, I'm a bit confused as to how this book has a separate author and illustrator. It's a one-word story! :)


    11. Great book, illustrated by Minnesotan Mike Wohnoutka. It's a great book for teaching punctuation, expression and feeling. I love this book and its local ties are great.





    12. Loved it! What a hilarious way to model voice inflection and encourage kids to verbalize what is happening in the story





    13. Cutest cow ever? Yes I think so. Perfect Storytime book? Possibly, but you better work it.The bold COLORS are SOOOOO good. The SHAPES are roundy and adorable. Round round round. Even the "oo's" in moo are round. Ooos like the wheels. Over the hills. Round. SIMPLE - one cow, one car. one word. Moo. But so much emotion depending on how it is used. - “Moo- moo…” (uh oh) FUNNY! The part where the cow explains everything to the cop SLAYS me!


    14. This is a children's book that us parents had fun reading as well. It uses the illustrations and creative use of just one word (well, technically two words) to tell a funny story. My 1 and a half-year-old daughter seemed to enjoy it as well, perhaps because "moo" is one of the few words she knows right now and she could repeat it.


    15. Who knew one word could pack such a storytelling punch? LaRochelle uses a very limited vocabulary to tell the story of one cow's grand adventure. Everyone will want to join in and read along - there's only one word to know!


    16. 2-3 year old storytimes. Only one word being used (mostly one word) throughout the story and it was very engaging. Kids and parents love the surprise ending. It was very silly and I would read this story again!


    17. I read this book to my second graders. We all thought it was funny and had a lot of fun saying "moo" in very different ways to match the situation. It's an excellent text to teach kids to change their voices when reading to match the situation.





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