Click on a thumbnail to go to Google Books.
Z Is for Moose (Booklist Editor's Choice. Books for Youth (Awards)) (original 2014; edition 2012)
by Kelly Bingham (Author), Paul O. Zelinsky (Illustrator)
Z is for Moose by Kelly Bingham (2014)
No current Talk conversations about this book.
Sure, kids find this book funny. But it combines an exposure of the capitalist precarity of labor with anxiety about the arbitrariness of semiotic identities. The solution is solidarity. The revolutionary pages for N, O, P, and Q are the best part of the story.
This book, about a zebra showing the alphabet, is a great way to get young kids engaged and interested about the alphabet.
Nice. But I happen to know Zelinsky can do better.
I would say this book is for kindergartners you can get them to engage in learning the alphabet by reading this book to them. The main character is a zebra who has a friend moose who is telling the reader about the alphabet. This book is very humorous and inviting for students to follow along with zebra and moose to see the alphabet. With the alphabet, they represent the letters with different animals Moose is so excited for his letter to come up but instead of him it's a mouse. I would use this book as an introduction to the lesson of learning the alphabet for kindergarteners.
Moose, terribly eager to play his part in the alphabet book his friend Zebra is putting together, then awfully disappointed when his letter passes, behaves rather badly until Zebra finds a spot for him.
No library descriptions found.
Amazon Kindle (0 editions)
Audible (0 editions)
CD Audiobook (0 editions)
Project Gutenberg (0 editions)
Google Books — Loading...
Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.6Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
Is this you?
Become a LibraryThing Author.
Picture books for children
Books and reading