Moose Eggs: Or, Why Moose Have Flat Antlers

Two earnest but not very well informed friends attempt to find and incubate moose eggs so that Moose can have some youngsters to raise No surprise that they are not successful The characters are bumbling but well intentioned fellows who get themselves into scrapes that all work out okay in the end This is a charmingly imaginative explanation of how Moose got his big, flTwo earnest but not very well informed friends attempt to find and incubate moose eggs so that Moose can have some youngsters to raise No surprise that they are not successful The characters are bumbling but well intentioned fellows who get themselves into scrapes that all work out okay in the end This is a charmingly imaginative explanation of how Moose got his big, flat antlers droopy nose and wide hooves.
Moose Eggs Or Why Moose Have Flat Antlers Two earnest but not very well informed friends attempt to find and incubate moose eggs so that Moose can have some youngsters to raise No surprise that they are not successful The characters are bumbl

  • Title: Moose Eggs: Or, Why Moose Have Flat Antlers
  • Author: Susan Williams Beckhorn
  • ISBN: 9780892726899
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Moose Eggs: Or, Why Moose Have Flat Antlers”

    1. While Brhe storyline is a bit silly with moose asking ruffed grouse how to have babies, and his carrying huge stones in his antler "nest" changing his antlers, posture, feet. However Helen Stevens illustrations are lovely and her bird egg illustrations on the inside of the front and back covers are stunning. I've had fun trying to paint some of them this afternoon. The book is a Maine Lupine Honor book.

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