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Book Review: “Words are easy, like the wind; Faithful friends are hard to find.”- William Shakespeare
A Day with Moo: A Best Friends Book a cute children’s story from The Adventures of Midge and Moo Series by Kerry McQuaide, who is also the illustrator.
Midge and Moo are best friends who are inseparable. They even came home together two days after Midge was born. The friends love to play and Moo always becomes the patient under “Doctor Midge’s” care. There are times though that Moo does things to annoy Midge. Tracking dirt onto the floor is one of them because Mommy always gets upset and make her take a bath. Naughty Moo has to take a bath as well, so Midge feels less moody knowing she is not the only one Mommy saw.
A Day with Moo: A Best Friend Book by Kerry McQuaide will delight small children age 5 and under. This short story makes an amusing read. It will appeal to young ones who usually have their special toys like Moo the cow that sometimes get them into trouble too.
Kerry McQuaide’s primary aim is to promote love and friendship through memorable stories that will bring joy to children. I like the lovely illustrations that the author created and the gift offer she included. A Day with Moo is free to download on IBooks, Kobo, and Amazon.The Adventures of Midge and Moo Series will become a favourite collection for young readers.
Here are other books from The Adventures of Midge and Moo Series
Letter to Santa * Moo Knows Numbers * Moo is Missing * Lost in the Garden
About the Author and Illustrator,Kerry McQuaid:
I grew up with parents and sisters who believed snuggling and laughing were a part of reading picture books. That probably explains my love and enthusiasm for writing and illustrating stories for kids.
Stories are fun, but it’s more than that…each book a child reads is a
doorway into understanding more about herself/himself and more about the world
she/he lives in.
I want to create those doorways—to laughter, to learning, to imagined
worlds, and most importantly… to connecting with each other.
To connect with me, see stories and drawings in progress, plus receive free