Maury C. Moose and The Ninja Worrier

Maury C. Moose and The Ninja Worrier


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Maury C. Moose and The Ninja Worrier by Adam Baker, Jennifer Marshall

In this fun ninja story, Maury & Mikey must help out a new friend whose size & strength suggest he is destined to become Forest Noel's next great warrior. But there is just one little problem. This wannabe ninja is afraid of his own shadow...and his dad's!

The latest story in the Maury C. Moose Children's Book Series touches on the important topic of finding one's purpose by introducing a new character to the whimsical world of Forest Noel. Our new friend, Sam R. Rhino is fresh out of school and looking for what he will do next. He struggles to decide whether to blaze his own path or to follow his famous father.

How will Sam deal with this important decision? Will Maury and Mikey be able to help him find his purpose before it is too late?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780996719025
Publisher: Stapled By Mom Publishing
Publication date: 09/20/2016
Pages: 104
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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Maury C. Moose and The Ninja Worrier 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Lesa McKee for Readers' Favorite Maury C. Moose and the Ninja Worrier is a fantastic short story for children by Adam Baker. This story is part of a series, but works well as a stand alone book. In this volume, Maury’s pal, Sam R. Rhino Jr., is having a major problem since graduating college. His heroic dad, Sam Sr. (a.k.a. legendary ninja school security guard), has drafted him to be his super sidekick. The only problem is, Sam Jr. is not so super, at least when it comes to being a stealth security guard. For his dad’s sake, he tries, but fumbles and stumbles his way through his first night. Can this rhino learn to say no to his dad’s idea of a job for him so he can find his true calling? I smiled my way through Maury C. Moose and the Ninja Worrier. The lively pictures and fine rhymes at the beginning of each chapter had me cracking up. Adam Baker’s animal antics gave my sense of humor a work-out in hilarity. Children and adults will love this dynamic tale that’s filled with fun dialogue and catchy phrases. The comedy was well balanced with the lesson of the story, which shone much brighter than Sam Jr.’s flashlight. Sam R. Rhino Jr. must become secure in his own super set of skills, and leave his security blanket ways behind him. There’s also a thoughtful poem at the end to get kids thinking about their own future dreams and goals. This book will have kids wanting to collect the rest of the series!