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Whoops author Suzi Moore

Here is the cat the dog and the mouse and the old lady in the tumbledown houseShe has a spell to make t The cat can t meow The dog can t bark and the mouse can t sueak Luckily the wise owl suggests they visit the old lady in the tumbledown house With a mystery a healthy dose of humor and simple illustrations this will make a perfect read aloud for Kindergartners especially as a guest readerReviewed by Miss Kelsey Youth Services Vernon Area Public Library

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Illustrated by Russell Ayto winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize and the Smarties Children’s Book Pri With the exception of Dr Seuss I generally hate any picture book with rhyming text especially if it is repetitive This book is a notable exception It is a very funny story with simple but clever rhymes I only wish it was around when my kids were younger as it would be a great read aloud book for young children Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose younger as it would be a great read aloud book for Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers young children

Suzi Moore Æ 5 review

Hem all wellbut she just can’t find it WHOOPSA hilariously chaotic story full of funny animal noises A nice fun story for FS or KS1 children Lots of repetition where children could join in and opportunities for prediction Children could create their own versions of the story with different animals

  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Whoops author Suzi Moore
  • Suzi Moore
  • English
  • 14 February 2017
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About the Author: Suzi Moore

Suzi Moore has worked as a teacher's assistant in a variety of settings and is the author of several books for young readers



10 thoughts on “Whoops author Suzi Moore

  1. says:

    A cat a dog and a mouse walk into a house No this isn't the start of a corny joke it's the premise of Whoops a u

  2. says:

    Funny with great rhythm Perfect for story time in witchcraft friendly places Highly recommended for ages 3 6

  3. says:

    The cat can't meow The dog can't bark and the mouse can't sueak Luckily the wise owl suggests they visit the old lady in the tumbledo

  4. says:

    Oh man this book is so good The art is fantastic and the story is so fun We loved it

  5. says:

    A nice fun story for FS or KS1 children Lots of repetition where children could join in and opportunities for prediction Children could create their own versions of the story with different animals

  6. says:

    I appreciated how interactive this book can be I cannot wait to try this book at a read aloud session or a program within the library A book like this keeps the children entertained engaged guessing and laughing What could a person ask for I al

  7. says:

    With the exception of Dr Seuss I generally hate any picture book with rhyming text especially if it is repetitive This book is a notable exception It is a very funny story with simple but clever rhymes I only wish it was around when my kids were younger as it would be a great read aloud book for young children

  8. says:

    One of my favorites A rhyming and charmingly illustrated tale of a spell gone wrong Appropriate for all ages as

  9. says:

    It had me until the end because whatThe illustrations are uirky and just work in a way that makes sense once you see them Not good for storytime Fun little rhymes ensue when a witch tries to help a dog a cat and a mouse speak their correct sounds and she finally succeeds but turns herself into a frog in the process Like I said whatWhoops

  10. says:

    Rhyming sounds animals humor What could you want A great story time choice

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