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It's Only Ink! The Cabin That Moose Built
It's Only Ink!
The Cabin That Moose Built
The forests in Alaska are alive. The birds are singing. The bears are storing winter honey. The beavers are repairing leaks in their dams, and Moose is building a cabin.
Winter is coming soon. He and his friends are fixing floorboards that groan and creak and shingles that leak and squeak. The wallpaper is crooked and lumpy and the fireplace is cracked and bumpy. Lots of work is ahead.
Stihler, a kindergarten teacher, tells Moose's tale in colorful rhyme, using wording that beginning readers will find challenging and that advanced readers will share with their reading buddies.
The illustrations, by Jeremiah Trammell, are vivid and charming, lively and fun.
Join Moose and his friends for a season of building by getting "The Cabin That Moose Built: An Alaskan Tale" by Cherie B. Stihler today.
The Cabin That Moose Built: An Alaskan Tale by Cherie B. Stihler
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Reviewed by: Jennifer LB Leese
Jennifer LB Leese is a writer from Maryland who writes children's picture books, young adult novels, and paranormal fiction. Visit her online at: www.geocities.com/ladyjiraff
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