[palaeontology Books] DOC The Moose at the Manger By Lisa A. Tortorello – DOC or Kindle

Lisa A. Tortorello ✓ 1 REVIEW

When Muse the Moose accidently wanders off from her family she becomes lost in the forest She luck. My son 6 and I read and reviewed this book for Here s what we have to saySON SAYSThis story is about a moose who gets lost and meets Star Bright who takes her to find Mom and Dad after she meets Baby Jesus The pictures in the book are good and I like them The main character is Muse the Moose and I liked her Like Muse I did get lost one time in Safeway and couldn t find my Mom I was scared because people were following me My favorite part of the story is when Star Bright flies Muse to different parts of the world That looked like fun I didn t like when the moose got lost because it made me sad I felt sad when Muse was lost but then I felt good when Star Bright brought her to her parents I learned that I shouldn t wander off by yourself and family is important I think boys and girls under 41 would like it because my Mom is 41 actually I m 29 forever thank you very much and she liked itMOM SAYSWhat I liked and disliked The Moose at the Manger tells the story of Muse a young Moose who gets separated from her family on a cold and snowy Christmas Eve She is found by Star Bright a magical star who transports Muse through time and space to witness the birth of Baby Jesus As Muse becomes reunited with her family we are reminded of the real miracle of Christmas and the joy and love shared within familiesLisa Tortorello brings a uniue twist to the story of Christmas by introducing us to Muse the Moose who is brought magically before Christ the night he is born thus the Moose at the Manger As we approach Christmas it is easy to get caught up in the holiday craze with excessive baking shopping Christmas concerts and other responsibilities It s no wonder the true meaning of Christmas is often lost on children who are too busy making their Christmas wish list and debating whether Santa Claus really exists Muse reminds us that through remembering and honouring Christ s birth we are celebrating His love and our love for one another The book has a beautiful and important messageI really enjoyed the illustrations in the book Muse the Moose is a likable character that I think kids can relate to well The author has developed a line of products based on Muse including a Teacher s Guide a colouring book and a 3D version of the book with glasses included For information visit Muse the Moose s website The only thing I would say is that some of the illustrations are repetitive in particular where Muse and Star Bright meet But overall the illustrations are bright and kid friendly I can see Muse being further developed as a character in another storyOne other small issue is that I felt that the book ended a bit abruptly It ends with Muse saying I was the moose at the manger which on some level makes sense but I think that ending with a statement underlying the main message of the book would have improved the flow Ending with the second last paragraph I think would have been better in my humble opinion Here is the last line in that paragraphThe wonderful gift of love encircled them all as they gathered round the Christmas tree honoring the birth of Jesus and sharing in the joy of Muse s safe returnI think that sums up the book so beautifullyMy bottom line My kids and I really enjoyed this sweet little Christmas picture book and we would read other books based on the character Muse the Moose I would recommend this book to children aged 3 The Moose at the Manger was provided to us by the author free of charge in exchange for our honest review

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Ey When Muse becomes The Moose at the Manger she realizes her most important journey is yet to com. I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads s First Reads program I had a hard time with this one to be honest On the one hand I appreciate the nativity theme I think there should be Christmas books that remind kids of the true meaning of Christmas It was refreshing to see that the moose family was focused on the proper aspect of the holiday On the other hand though I struggled with the story itself two unexplained instances of time travel and some puzzling absent really transitions from one scene or event to the next Maybe as a lit major I dwell too much on these things Some kids might not notice this although I certainly would have as a child I just don t think that children s literature should be held to a lower standard than books for adults even if the language is a bit simpler The artwork was colorful but overly simplistic Overall I feel that this book touched on some important messages but didn t relay them in a clear or comprehensible way

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Ily finds a friend in Star Bright the brightest star in the sky who leads her on a fantastic journ. Cuddle up with your children and enjoy this wonderful story of a little moose lost in the woods that is rescued by Star Bright the Christmas Star This wonderfully imaginative story finds Muse our little moose transported by Star Bright to the very first Christmas Children will be captivated as they are transported along with Muse and imagine themselves looking upon baby Jesus in the mangerThe Moose At The Manger is destined to become a Christmas favorite The beautiful illustrations and finely written text beckon children and parents alike to cuddle up and read this story over and over again year after year


9 thoughts on “The Moose at the Manger

  1. says:

    My son 6 and I read and reviewed this book for Here's what we have to saySON SAYSThis story is about a moose who gets lost and meets Star Bright who takes her to find Mom and Dad after she meets Baby Jesus The pictures in the book are good and I like them The main character is Muse the Moose and I liked her Like Muse I did get lost one time in Safeway and couldn't find my Mom I was scared because people were

  2. says:

    The Moose at the Manger is a fun Christmas Story I first fell in love with Author Lisa Tortorello’s writing when I read her first

  3. says:

    Adorable BookMs Tortorello has written a clever little book about Muse the moose who gets separated from her family while on a very important journey Lost and alone Muse doesn't know what to do until Star Bright the brightest star in

  4. says:

    Cuddle up with your children and enjoy this wonderful story of a little moose lost in the woods that is rescued b

  5. says:

    It was very creative of the author to combine a story about a lost moose with the magic and mystery of the nativity story This is the

  6. says:

    This is a delightful children's book well written and very colorfully illustrated Children and adults alike will enjoy the story of Muse the young moose who loses his way one snowy winter's night but is led by Bright Star to a very special place on that first Christmas day The coloring book is a really cute comp

  7. says:

    Come along on an adventure with Muse the moose as she meets a new friend learns to face her fears and finds out what the true meaning

  8. says:

    I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads's First Reads program I had a hard time with this one to be honest On the one hand I appreciate the nativity theme I think there should be Christmas books that

  9. says:

    Author Lisa A Tortorello 's book The Moose at the Manger is a story about a adorable moose named Muse who gets lost from his family and is befriended by Bright Star who takes Muse on a journey to join and witness others honoring the birth of baby Jesus in the manger This story is wonderfully told and will capture and hold the attention of y

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