Finding My Moo: What Can I Do?
by Marie Zhang
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Pub Date 22 Apr 2022 | Archive Date 23 May 2022
Baby cow goes on an adventure where he meets a lot of other animals along the way. As everyone seems to have found their special ability apart from him, he slowly loses confidence and his self-esteem. But just when he's about to give up, he finds someone who helps him find out that he has an ability too. Not just an ability, but a unique one indeed. He finally realizes that he is unique in his own way.
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I wanna thank Book Review Buzz and Net Galley for letting me know about this book. I decided to buy it using my Kindle Unlimited membership.
I also wanna start off this review in the same way I start off all my other book reviews - by saying that it'll start off with the full 5 stars and I'm hopeful that it'll end with them all firmly in place too.
Let's get started shall we?
It's a gorgeously cute front cover and my heart is breaking for the poor cow sat in the puddle.
Ooooh! I've never had that on my first generation Kindle before! I'm seeing images instead of the just plain text that I get... I dunno how the publisher sorted that out, but it's the sign of a good book to be able to produce a book with images on my Kindle!
I'm loving all the repitition and the opportunity to invite the youngster to make the noises of the animals too. The words used to describe each noise might be a touch advanced for such a young audience, but they might learn how to recognise the words and associate it with the noise they produce.
Just finished reading and it's a wonderful book that is right up the street of such young listeners... it's a great introduction to books that involve them that I reckon should be available to every youngster!
This sweet rhyming children's book is about animals and what noises they make. At the end of the story the little cow finds out that the noise cows make is moo. With the repetitive rhyming text and detailed pictures, young children will begin to see what reading is all about when they share this book with the adults in their lives. I recommend this book to parents of children in the age 2-5 range.
Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book!
I loved the vibrant illustrations in this book. This book follows an adorable cow asking other animals what sounds they make. I can easily see a toddler trying to predict and mimic the sounds of the animals or a baby clapping along with this book. This is a great book. I'd highly recommend this book at an early age. This would make an enjoyable audiobook, it's so catchy.
Thank you, NetGalley and Book Buzz, for a digital ARC for an honest review.
Find My Moo: What Can I Do? You and your little reader can learn about YOU!!
Love this book for a baby gift, for a first reader, for a parent or grandparent to read to their child. Not only do-little ones learn about animals and the sounds that that make, but they can also learn about themselves. I would ask my little reader What Can You Do? What Makes You, You?
What a great little book with, adventurous illustrations (we loved the wolf!!) and a fun learning experience.
Grateful to have received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley & Bookbuzz.net.
Finding My Moo is a nice picture book with easy to read text, great for a young reader. This would be a fun story to do animal noises to! I loved all the different animals and the various sounds they make.
Super cute book, reminded me of "Brown Bear, Brown Bear" almost. Very cute illustrations and I could see where early readers would enjoy this book. Thanks for the opportunity to read and review.
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