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Wilson, Karma: Moose Tracks.

Wilson, Karma MOOSE TRACKS. Il. by Jack E. Davis. ISBN 0-689-83437-3. New York: Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2006. 32 pp. $16.95. "Who left all these moose tracks?" This question continues to bewilder the main character, who is trying to figure out who left these tracks all through his house. He finds other remnants from his animal friends, like bear fur, nut shells, goose feathers, and mouse prints, but those are expected; the moose tracks, however, remain a mystery. Beautifully illustrated and written in a playful rhyme, Moose Tracks invites young readers to solve the mystery and answer the refrain. The humorous story culminates with an unexpected ending that solves the puzzle and leaves the reader asking for more! Karma Wilson's Bear Snores On and Bear Wants More were New York Times bestsellers. Ages 4-8. Reviewed by Kayla Stewart, High School Learning Support Teacher, Indiana Area School District, Indiana, PA
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Author:Stewart, Kayla
Publication:Childhood Education
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Date:Dec 22, 2006
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