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Moondog By Alice Hoffman Wolfe Martin Yumi Heo Moondog An irresistible Halloween tale by one of Press most gifted storytellers Michael McKenzie and his sister Hazel are awakened a few nights before Halloween by growling and howling The next morning they
  • Title: Moondog
  • Author: Alice Hoffman Wolfe Martin Yumi Heo
  • ISBN: 9780439098618
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Moondog By Alice Hoffman Wolfe Martin Yumi Heo An irresistible Halloween tale by one of Press most gifted storytellers.Michael McKenzie and his sister Hazel are awakened a few nights before Halloween by growling and howling The next morning, they find their front yard in shambles, and a small bundle cowering on their doorstep It s a puppy A cute, darling little mutt they decide to call Angel They soon lAn irresistible Halloween tale by one of Press most gifted storytellers.Michael McKenzie and his sister Hazel are awakened a few nights before Halloween by growling and howling The next morning, they find their front yard in shambles, and a small bundle cowering on their doorstep It s a puppy A cute, darling little mutt they decide to call Angel They soon learn, however, that Angel is no ordinary puppy, especially when the moon is full Hoffman and her teenage son s delightful tale of the challenges of owning a were puppy is charmingly illustrated by acclaimed artist Yumi Heo.
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    About "Alice Hoffman Wolfe Martin Yumi Heo"

    1. Alice Hoffman Wolfe Martin Yumi Heo

      Alice Hoffman is the author of than thirty works of fiction, including The Rules of Magic, The Marriage of Opposites, Practical Magic, The Red Garden, the Oprah s Book Club selection Here on Earth, The Museum of Extraordinary Things, and The Dovekeepers She lives near Boston.

    535 thoughts on “Moondog”


    1. Finally, the first book I have read to Olivia today, that we both enjoyed Both the dogs are just so dog gone cute especially the puppy.And the message that you shouldn t judge people by how they live or how they decorate their homes,is one that every little one should learn.A great story and I really identified with Miss Mingle She turns out to be quite a lovely person, only closing herself off from people, to protect the dog she loves


    2. What a charming book It really isn t Halloween locked and shouldn t be grouped as a seasonal only book Continuing on my read all of Alice Hoffman s books in chronological order list and I am so glad I bought a copy of this Sweet that she co wrote it with her high school aged son The illustrations are delightful Lovely Read while recovering from surgery opioids make it hard for me to read as I recover a children s book so well done was a treat, I cold read this


    3. This book is strange Very, very strange It also is a Halloween book, which made it unsuitable for my purposes That isn t why it got the low rating, though I rated it lower because the book didn t progress well or in a fluid manner, and there were holes big enough to lose a moon into


    4. Hazel Michael convince their parents to let them keep the sweet puppy someone left in a basket on their back porch They name her Angel because she s sweet and cuddly and almost perfectexcept when the moon is full After their kitchen is destroyed by some big footed creature, the kids track footprints all the way to the door of Mrs Mingle, a woman the entire neighborhood fears What now Kids will be interested in hearing about a werepup, and the story is kind of cute, but I would have enjoyed it i [...]


    5. I didn t realize this book would be geared toward 3rd 5th grade reading when I got it on order at the library I assumed it was one of the author s young adult books So nice to see her mystical magic side in children s books as well I am going to tell my daughter to read this There is a message in the story too Like that moondog


    6. Cute idea, but the story seemed a little awkward It was overly detailed in some parts, like the list of people afraid to visit Miss Mingham, but skimmed past key details, like how and when the dogs change.


    7. The dog is cute The story has big holes in it The holes may not be so noticeable to a young child busier with the pictures and events The premise is different.


    8. Our girls enjoyed this sweet, but odd story about a dog named Angel who becomes a bit wild during a full moon It s a fun story to read at Halloween.


    9. Alice Hoffman has a children s book I didn t know What kind of fan am I This was a cute story with great illustrations The boys thought it was a bit long.



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