The cow, the deer, and the horse have four legs and a tail, just like Morris. But none of these animals is a moose! These different animals have one thing in common—their friendship.
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The late Mr. Wiseman is also the author and illustrator of two other stories about Morris: Morris and Boris at the Circus and Morris Goes to School.
The late Mr. Wiseman is also the author and illustrator of two other stories about Morris: Morris and Boris at the Circus and Morris Goes to School.From School Library Journal:
PreSchool-Grade 2-- Fans of Morris the Moose will love this new addition to the popular books which feature a lovable four-legged creature who acts like a person. In this story Morris encounters what he considers to be a funny-looking moose. Cow insists that she is a cow but since she has "four legs and a tail and things on her head," Morris concludes that she is a moose like him. Both Morris and the cow encounter similar difficulty when they attempt to have a deer arbitrate their dispute. Finally when the three of them chance to take a drink of water from a stream, Morris and the deer realize that they have been mistaken. Wanting the last word, Morris brings a concluding bit of humor to the tale when he declares that he did not make a mistake, "I made a MOOSEtake!" Wiseman's illustrations are in a style similar to those in the other "Morris" titles. The images are straightforward and simple with few details. Browns and yellows dominate the pictures. Based on a 1959 book, this edition has been re-illustrated and adapted to the series format. Those wishing for quality titles for very young readers will want it. --Sharron McElmeel, Cedar Rapids Community Schools, Iowa
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