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Duck, Duck, Moose

by Dave Horowitz

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  ritubohara | Apr 19, 2013 |
Two ducks are getting ready to head south to Florida for the winter and invite their friend moose. Moose doesn't want to go, he wants to eat pancakes, but finding no pancakes or anyone to eat them with, he decides to travel with the ducks. Anyone who has ever taken a road trip before will enjoy the humor in the text and the bold, colorful illustrations. Horowitz also does a good job of showing the world that there is more to Florida than Disney World! My only problem is that I cannot share the book with my preschool storytime group: the inclusion of peeing and nose-picking just won't go over with all of the parents. Duck, Duck, Moose will be proudly displayed on our library shelves however, and I will be sharing it with my own kids! ( )
  DiamondDog | Mar 29, 2013 |
This is another good book that helps explain what animals do during their winter hibernation time. They may not do all of the fun things that are described in the book, but we can only imagine! ( )
  YMcMillion | Nov 23, 2012 |
Super short and very silly, Moose migrates with his two duck pals, when he gets to Florida he gets pancakes, all is happy. ( )
  dangerlibearian | Jan 26, 2011 |
Age Appropriateness: Primary
Genre: Fantasy
Review: This was a great example of fantasy, because all of the animals in the book were able to talk and the ducks were driving a moose around in their car; when in real life they are supposed to actually fly south instead of driving.
Comments: -Have a study on animals that migrate during winter
- Study ducks and moose
-Study about florida and why the animals liked it so much.
-Compare the places that the moose lived in during summer and winter
Character Development: The moose was the main character or protagonist, because the book was mostly about him and what he wanted to do. In the story the seasons were the antagonist, because it was forcing the animals to move to more desirable places when the seasons/weather changed.
Media: Black Pencil and Charcoal on newsprint; color was added digitally.
  brookebrush | Mar 12, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399247823, Hardcover)

An unlikely trio heads south for the winter!

Moose loves the Great North Woods because they're nice and cold, his buddy Bear lives there, and the pancakes are top-notch. He doesn't usually go south for the winter, but with Bear off hibernating and the Pancake Hut closing until spring, he figures he might as well take the great schlep with Duck and Other Duck. The trio ends up in the exotic land of Florida and Moose is forever dazzled.

Dave Horowitz brings to life the joy of discovering a place completely unlike home - as well as the thrills of bringing a little bit of vacation back home with you!

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:02:47 -0400)

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With no prospect of any friends around for the winter, Moose decides to travel south with Duck and Other Duck.

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