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  • Title: If You Give a Moose a Muffin
  • Author: Laura Joffe Numeroff Felicia Bond
  • ISBN: 9780060244057
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • If a big hungry moose comes to visit, you might give him a muffin to make him feel at home If you give him a muffin, he ll want some jam to go with it When he s eaten all your muffins, he ll want to go to the store to get some muffin mix In this hilarious sequel to If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, the young host is again run ragged by a surprise guest Young readersIf a big hungry moose comes to visit, you might give him a muffin to make him feel at home If you give him a muffin, he ll want some jam to go with it When he s eaten all your muffins, he ll want to go to the store to get some muffin mix In this hilarious sequel to If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, the young host is again run ragged by a surprise guest Young readers will delight in the comic complications that follow when a little boy entertains a gregarious moose Children s Choices for 1992 IRA CBC

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    1. If you read this to your child, he'll want to readIf You Give a Pig a Pancake, and if you read that he'll want to readIf You Give a Cat a Cupcake. And if you read that he'll want to read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and chances are, he'll want to read them againd againand again.

    2. If you give someone an inch, they'll take a mile. If You Give a Moose a Muffin, he'll overrun your whole house. It's an interesting take on the dangers of desires, and how easy it is to never be satisfied. As the moose gets his way, the things he wants are more and more far-fetched and make for a super fun adventure.The story is the sequel to the much better known If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. It seems like the in the second version Numeroff did everything better: it's less repetitive and the il [...]

    3. In this hilarious sequel to If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, the young host is again run ragged by a surprise guest. Young readers will delight in the comic complications that follow when a little boy entertains a gregarious moose. Laura Joffe Numeroff does an amazing job at giving us all the perspectives and using amazing language and imagery. The illustrations really bring the story to life. This story always makes me smile and laugh.

    4. (The following review has been written for comedy purposes for my cousin's birthday. It may get weird. Read at your own risk.)*Happy Birthday, Sara!*I'll say this again, if anyone gives /this/ book anything lower than three stars, they had a rough childhood of much repression and they probably need to see a counselor. Or maybe they realized how god-awfully greedy this freaking moose is. Spoilers are below, though why that's necessary to see for a book where the title literally gives away the plo [...]

    5. I love children's book authors. Not constrained by demands for realism, they are presented with opportunities to venture into interesting creative spaces, and a few of them produce true gems as a result. If You Give a Moose a Muffin is a perfect example. The concept is simple and a tad ridiculous. Moose (plural) love muffins. But there is inherent danger in feeding a wild animal: if you give a moose a muffin, he'll want some jam to go with it. Once you handed over the jam, though, he has a new d [...]

    6. When I first read this book when I was younger I did not see the thrill in this book. There was no plot, no climax, and a poor setting but after I used this book for a supported reading project I grew to understand the importance of this book. For my supported reading project I used this book for the cause and effect aspect and after the students heard the read aloud they wrote down their favorite cause and effect moment on a notecard. Prior to the lesson I had made many different cause and effe [...]

    7. It was about moose that smelled muffins he was out side the house of a little kid, so the kid gave him a muffin, the moose went inside the house, the moose wanted some jam with the muffin. I liked this book because it was fun to read it how asks many thing that he wants. I will recommend this book to my little cousin because he likes books that have to be with animals.

    8. Silly, wonderful book. My grandsons , ages 3 & 5 wanted to read it again and again. I have to get them the others in the series.

    9. A re-read for me (because this one was a huge part of my childhood), but a great one! I loved reading this one to the little kiddos that I babysit. :)

    10. It is one of my daughter’s favorite books. According to her, “the pictures in the book are so funny, and the moose is so silly.” The illustrations and simple words make it a good choice for beginning readers. It is also a fun book to have children predict what will be coming next.

    11. Essentially identical in style to If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, this companion volume written by Laura Joffe Numeroff has the same basic points of charm to it that the previous book had. It's funny to see how such an "ordinary" action as offering a muffin to a hungry moose can trip so many little effects that cause the moose to bounce from one activity to the next, never quite finishing any of them, until at last the moose's forays lead him all the way back around to the beginning again, asking [...]

    12. When you spot a moose outside your window, you might be tempted to offer it a muffin. But what is a muffin without jam? And what might the moose want to do next?As with all the charming books from this pair, the story is wild and yet plenty of fun. As the connections are made, they actually do make sense even if the end results is wild. There is plenty of humor along the way both from those connections and the wonderful illustrations.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

    13. This book about if you give a moose a muffin, he will eat a another. And then he will ask for a jacket, and a button.I like the book because it's dorky. I recommend this book to the first graders or lower.

    14. the moose is a little bit of a fussbudget, but the book is a good as anything in the first section of C. Bernstein's Girly Man.

    15. I really like the ideas behind these books. I love how they go from one subject to another so quickly but in the end it goes back to the main title, if you give a moose a muffin!

    16. I really like these books for some reason. And since I live in Alaska I see moose nearly every week and love them.

    17. I love these stories. I read them when was little and now I'm reading them to the kids I babysit and I'm sure I will read them to my kids someday.

    18. This book will be good to get a child to think and use their imagination to predict the unseen. Great for asking distance questions as well.

    19. I'll be the first to admit: these book series are the bane of my existence. When I was working in the preschools, the "If You Give A" books were widely loved and usually battered from the constant flipping and re-flipping of pages. They're popular for a reason: the causal, if/then pattern is immediately recognizable, and is basically addictive to the developing minds of children. That same reason that makes them so irresistible to children is what makes them so irritating to adults. The same thi [...]

    20. This is a classic children's book that goes on an adventure with a moose and describes what happens when an individual gives the moose a muffin. This story plays with a child's imagination and teaches them about cycles and cause and effect.The author uses a ton of repetition in the story which makes it easier for the reader to follow because the author keeps stressing the same point. This method of repetition also helps the reader with learning how to read because they are becoming more and more [...]

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