The Little Moose Who Couldn't Go to Sleep: A Maynard Moose Tale [With CD (Audio)]

The Little Moose Who Couldn't Go to Sleep: A Maynard Moose Tale [With CD (Audio)]

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ISBN-13: 9781939160676
Publisher: August House Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Pages: 36
Product dimensions: 8.70(w) x 11.20(h) x 0.40(d)
Lexile: AD720L (what's this?)
Age Range: 5 - 8 Years

About the Author

Willy Claflin is an accomplished songwriter, guitarist, singer, and storyteller. He performs his tales across the nation, assisted by Maynard Moose, the last-known teller of ancient Mother Moose tales. Willy grew up an only child in the woods of New Hampshire and spent his childhood daydreaming and impersonating the local wildlife. The Maynard Moose series, co-authored by the Moose himself has won numerous awards, including the Texas Bluebonnet Award, the Anne Izard Storyteller's Choice Award, Storytelling World Award and the NAPPA Gold Award. When he isn't performing, Willy resides in San Francisco, with his wife Jacqueline.

James Stimson is the illustrator of the award-winning series of Maynard Moose Tales and was both author and illustrator of Thirteen O'Clock. Also an accomplished animator, James has worked in feature film animation, notably James and the Giant Peach, as well as commercial illustration. When he isn't working, James lives in northern California.

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The Little Moose Who Couldn't Go to Sleep: A Maynard Moose Tale [With CD (Audio)] 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While I like the cute story and illustrations, I am frustrated by the incorrect grammar. A book designed for young children can be amusing and entertaining AND teach the correct way to speak (which so many people fail to do in today’s world). I also disliked the introduction of the words “dumb” and “stupid” into my son’s vocabulary. I realize it’s only a matter of time before he learns such things from his peers, but I’m certain the author could have found another way to express the little moose’s displeasure with legumes and an early bedtime. Overall, it’s an entertaining book that kept my son’s attention and made him laugh, but I don’t think I would recommend to others.