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  • Posted November 16, 2014

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    Moochie the Soochie Visits the Peace People by Quinton Douglass Crawford is a cute little story for kids. Moochie loves to travel and she has this ability to travel back and forth through time. She is against war and believes that everyone in the world should live in peace. She travels a lot and can speak and read many languages. Moochie can also play many songs and she hates words relating to war and hatred. The story takes readers to different parts of the world and gives them a peek into the lives of different people in different places. The book teaches kids some words in other languages and it is indeed an exciting journey.

    It is an informative and educational book as it teaches kids new ideas, concepts and one or two basic words from each language. It is an inspirational book for both parents and children. Parents can use it as a bedtime story because it is educational and has some good thoughts, with inspirational and motivational messages. Moochie sees the anger, frustration and greed that exist in society and dreams of a world which has new forests and clean oceans. It is ideal for school libraries as children learn a lot by reading about Moochie and her quest for world peace. She realizes that peace and freedom exist in places where women are respected. Moochie likes to have only places of peace, not war.

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  • Posted July 13, 2014

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    - I should of wrote a great kids book like this! Wish it was ava

    - I should of wrote a great kids book like this! Wish it was available for my grandson and granddaughters 30 years ago.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2013


    The big bon-fire located in the front yard.

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  • Posted August 1, 2010

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    War Truly Isn't The Answer

    Throughout the pages of Moochie The Soochie Visits The Peace People, author Quinton Crawford takes you on an enlightening journey through history and culture, introducing you to a wide variety of different people and societies, as well as the particular folkways and mores that make them so unique. Though geared towards younger readers, Moochie is equally enlightening for adults who may be unaware of the rich cultural history of the vast civilizations that have populated the earth.

    Thoroughly edifying, Crawford's informative tale is sure to foster a greater appreciation for the differences that - while they may physically divide us - point to a deeper common humanity that unites us all in the bonds of shared, mutual respect. As such, Moochie The Soochie Visits The Peace People belongs on the shelves of every public library, school media center, and youth center rec room worldwide. A well-crafted, eye-opening literary treat.

    Rhonda Carver
    Apex Reviews

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