Hilda Mae Heifer is a cow who simply loves to sing. When a klunk on the head causes Hilda to forget what sound she's supposed to make -- Mew? Honk? Oink? -- it's up to her companions on the farm to help Hilda find her moo!
This lively laugh-out-loud picture book will appeal to even the youngest noisemakers.
Margie Palatini is the author of many outrageously funny books for children, including Piggie Pie!, illustrated by Howard Fine; Moosetache, Mooseltoe, and the Bad Boys series, all illustrated by Henry Cole; The Cheese, illustrated by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher; No Biting, Louise, illustrated by Matthew Reinhart; and Gorgonzola, illustrated by Tim Bowers. She lives with her family in New Jersey.
Keith Graves is the author and illustrator of many of his own zany titles, including The Unexpectedly Bad Hair of Barcelona Smith, Three Nasty Gnarlies, Uncle Blubbafink's Seriously Ridiculous Stories, and Frank Was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance. He lives with his family in Texas.
Moo Who? 4.3 out of 5based on
More than 1 year ago
Another super silly book. Hilda gets clonked in the head with a hardened cow pie and loses her moo. She searches high and low looking for the thing that she is supposed to do, but nothing she tries feels quite right.
Perfect to read out loud to young kids, Moo Who? is humorous and witty. The unique illustration style adds to the silliness of the story while giving it extra personality. Bright colors invite the reader and listeners in to this crazy world where a cow can lose her moo and find it again.
More than 1 year ago
We borrowed this from the library several months ago and my two-year-old boy LOVED it. Still, months after returning it, if I say, 'You're a cow,' he says, 'YOU MOO!'
More than 1 year ago
This is an hilarious tale of a battered bovine who has a temporary lapse of memory and seeks to find the correct sound to voice her feelings. The only hitch in the tale is the result of the illustrator, Keith Graves, who apparently never had much to do with cows, having given the heroine of this story not only her bottom teeth, which all good cows have, but a set of top teeth, which no bovine to date has ever had.
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