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Tera's Reviews

Z Is for Moose

It begins innocuously enough—A is for apple, B is for ball. But wait—what is that moose doing in the picture? There’s one creature in this alphabet book who just can’t wait for his turn. Will Moose make it to the M’s or will he get the boot because he’s already caused too much of a mess? You’ll have to peek inside to find out what happens in this cheeky page-turner of an ABC book. Grades K–2.
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By Kelly Bingham, Paul O. Zelinsky (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780060799847
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Published: Greenwillow Books - February 28th, 2012

This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers

When Wilfred sees Marcel, he just knows this moose belongs to him. But Marcel seems oddly disobedient to Wilfred’s rules for the perfect pet. Worse yet, Wilfred encounters other folks who think this moose belongs to them. A hilarious tale about the true meaning of belonging; part of the visual charm of This Moose Belongs to Me is the moose meandering in a foreground-ish sort of way across the Western landscapes of Alexander Dzigurski. Look for paintings of Santa Cruz and Carmel among them. Grades K–3. —Tera
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By Oliver Jeffers, Oliver Jeffers (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780399161032
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Published: Philomel Books - November 13th, 2012

Hunger City Chronicles by Philip Reeve

Enormous traction cities are preying on the land, pillaging smaller municipalities and dismantling them for parts in A Darkling Plain, the explosive conclusion to the Hungry City Chronicles. Tom and Wren have lived in the cities’ shadows their entire lives, but deep in the heart of radioactive London lies a secret that may stop the marauding—and possibly safeguard the future of the human race. A thrilling series four years in the making comes to an exhilarating climax in this post- apocalyptic fantasia from master storyteller Philip Reeve. It was worth the wait.
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ISBN: 9780545222143
Availability: Hard to Find
Published: Scholastic Press - June 1st, 2012

The FitzOsbornes in Exile by Michelle Cooper

In A Brief History of Montmaray, Cooper introduced us to a (fictional) island kingdom where the royalty outnumber their subjects. Now in The FitzOsbornes in Exile, the royal family is stranded in pre–World War II England and Sophie, second princess, finally has her chance to indulge in fancy dress balls and flirting. And yet the currents of war are sweeping over Europe, and even Sophie may have a role to play in saving her kingdom. A sly tale of growing up in circumstances both ordinary and extraordinary. I can’t wait for the next book (coming in October).
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ISBN: 9780375851551
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Published: Ember - March 13th, 2012


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