Milo the Popcorn Moose

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Milo the Popcorn Moose is delightful to read aloud, sing aloud and shout out loud. Once again, Lisa Trusiani creates vibrant, quirky characters that jump off the page like... popcorn. When Milo is separated from his brother and sister, it is his passion for popcorn -- and a new friendship that see him through.

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Words: 200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452471372
About Lisa Trusiani

When Lisa writes, she is happiest inventing stories for children. Tyger Lilly is a deft weaving of fact and fiction, and Lisa hopes readers will discover there really was a Roufus-tailed Tuft, and the Bali tiger did exist until one fateful day. Before writing Tyger Lilly, Lisa wrote more than one hundred comic book stories and drew storyboards for Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Harvey Comics and wrote a syndicated daily and Sunday comic strip appearing in over fifty newspapers nationally and internationally. Lisa has also been published by Golden Books and Houghton Mifflin. Her work for children and parents has won many awards, including several Parent’s Choice Awards, National Parenting Center Award, iParenting HOT Media Award and NAPPA Gold. Lisa lives with many animals, including one hamster, two rabbits, one dog, two boys and one man. Some of the real characters in Tyger Lilly are Zelda the bunny and Valentine the miniature shark.

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Reviews

Review by: maria concilio on April 23, 2011 :
Fun fun fun! The author's creativity and playfulness shine through, my son loves the concept and idea that Milo is a hero by doing what he loves best!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: gypsy55 on April 21, 2011 :
I enjoy reading books that have a lesson hid within and this story had the potential and yet failed.

Milo's brother limited himself to just one thing and a chance to teach how to expand and try new things was lost.
The sister, instead of learning how to create music, learned to bang on the piano. Something no adult wants a child to copy. Milo's small step out of the box with what he did with the popcorn was good, but it could have been taken a step further.

It had potential.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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