Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Book Review - Minnie and Moo: Hooves of Fire
About the Book
It's a perfect day for the First Annual Hoot, Holler, and Moo Talent Festival. The sun is shining in a warm autumn sky and the stage is set. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer are away on vacation, Minnie and Moo are dressed in their togas, Elvis has his bagpipe, the hyenas their jokes, the fox his magic tricks, the sheep a protest poem, and the cash box is stuffed with money from ticket sales. A perfect day. Wait a minute . . . Where is the cash box? Why are those coyotes on motorcycles? And who pushed those Porta Potties down the hill?
My Take on the Book
Minnie is Moos best friend. Moo wants to have a festival with all the animals, but Minnie does not have a positive feeling about planning this event. The festival was centered around making money for the farmer.
There was a lot of singing, band playing , and all the animals participated. You will read about their performances. However someone steals the money they worked so hard to raise. The animals solve the mystery and the farmer and his wife are surprised with the money they receive. Of course the animals had to hide it was them who gave the farmer the money.
This is an enjoyable chapter book which would be fun to read aloud or your child could read it independently too.
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