Mooooooooooo! Dog and bird are singing a duet. A duet of Mooooooooo! Donkey comes to see what all the noise is about. He's followed by a short parade of the other barnyard animals all with the same question. Why would a dog and a bird sing, "Moooooooooo." They are not cows.
Boy, when a fellow or a gal tries something new and different, it sure isn't easy. Everybody's a critic. Everybody wants the dog to say Woof and the Bird to Tweet. But what if they don't want to Woof and Tweet? What if they want to try out their MOOOOOO? And they're having a lot of fun being different.
How can they get the other animals to see that it's a good idea to try something new and different? How can they get the other animals to join in the fun?
There's a great comedic delivery going on here that makes the simple text so readable by the just getting the hang of it readers. They can handle the words and they'll love the action and the humor. Who knew one dog, one bird and one word could be so perfect?
32 pages of fun 978-0545825030 Ages 4-7
Other titles in the series: Moo Bird
Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com