Author: Kelly Bingham
Illustrator: Paul O. Zelinsky
Publisher: HarperCollins, 32 Pages (February 28th, 2012)
Age Range: Age 4 and up
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Synopsis: Caldecott Medalist Zelinsky illustrates an outrageously funny and boundary-breaking story for fans of Jon Scieszka and David Weisner. Zebra wants to put on a show as simple as A-B-C, but Zebra's friend Moose has other (unexpected and hilarious) ideas. Full color.
Review: 4 Stars - Z is for Moose By Kelly Bingham is a cute and fun alphabet book that even adults will enjoy while reading it to younger kids.
Like a kid in a candy store, or waiting for Christmas, Moose can’t wait to be in Zebra’s play about the alphabet. It’s cute, funny and could be a bit interactive for kids as they read along and take notice to all that’s going on throughout the page. It’s a very entertaining picture book with such a fun way to help kids learn their alphabet. It also tells the story of friendship between Zebra and Moose.
The art is lovely. I think the story and illustrations fit together amazingly well. I know that I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one without the kids, now it’s time to share it with them. I recommend this book to readers of all ages, especially those who are just learning their alphabet.
FTC Disclaimer: I did NOT pay for this book, nor have I been compensated at all in any way or means for reading and writing this HONEST review.