Minnie and Moo Go to the Moon by Denys Cazet
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Beginning readers to keep them reading...and laughing.

Minnie and Moo are cows, best friends, and the drollest duo to come along since Frog and Toad. "We could do that," says Moo to Minnie, as they watch the farmer quit work and hang his hat on a nail. "Do what?" Minnie asks. "Drive that tractor," says Moo, ever the dreamer. "I have been thinking. What hoes the farmer have that we do not?" "Hands and feet," says Minnie, ever practical. "No," says Moo. "Boots and a hat." And buoyed by that undeniable logic, the two set off on a drive that they believe takes them to the moon. Other farm animals are involved--all with hilarious consequences.

 

About Denys Cazet

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Denys Cazet is the author and illustrator of forty-six books for children. Among these are such favorites as "Never Spit on Your Shoes, I'm Not Sleepy, " and fourteen titles in the Minnie and Moo series for beginning readers.He lives with his wife and sons in Pope Valley, California.
 
Published September 7, 1998 by DK CHILDREN. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Staying out till the cows come home takes on a whole new meaning in the first of Cazet's (Never Spit on Your Shoes) spunky new chapter books, especially when it's the cows who are boogying late into t

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The duo forms a plan to earn money to save the farm by leading the other farm animals on a paid tour of seven "wonders," including Minnie's "presidential bunion" (the pair insists it resembles George Washington's face).

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Denys Cazet's moovelous bovine duo make hay on Halloween in the I Can Read book Minnie and Moo: The Night of the Living Bed.

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The bovine pals become barnyard Cupids, penning love poems for friends and delivering them, surreptitiously, via bow and arrow in Minnie and Moo: Will You Be My Valentine?

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In this beginning reader, the bovine series heroes consult the Clement Moose "classic," in which the farmer forgets where he's hidden his grandchildren's presents.

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All the animals are running scared when a thunderstorm strikes the barnyard in Denys Cazet's Minnie and Moo Meet Frankenswine.

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Staying out till the cows come home takes on a whole new meaning in the first of Cazet's (Never Spit on Your Shoes) spunky new chapter books, especially when it's the cows who are boogying late into the night.

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