Saturday, November 22, 2014

A time to be thankful...

We are very thankful for our moose family and our moose fans. We are thankful for those who have read our books. We are thankful to those who have left reviews. We are thankful for fun foods like meatballs and pizza, but most of all we are thankful for those that surround us with love and happiness (whether they have antlers or not). Our list goes on and on and we hope yours does too.

It would be great fun if you'd leave a comment sharing something that you're thankful for!

Monday, November 10, 2014

To all who serve... (and some interesting facts about Veterans Day)


Some interesting facts about Veteran's Day
(From Bet You Didn't Know on the History Channel)

Born to be AMERICAN! 

(We're trying out our camoflage to see if it works.  
Can you see us now?)

Friday, October 31, 2014

Have a MOOSE exciting Halloween!

It's so cold and windy and "shrainy" outside, we decided to stay indoors this Halloween.   

We are bobbing for meatballs...

and telling spooky stories!

We hope you all have a Happy Halloween too!

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Jesper Jinx

I didn't know what to expect when I downloaded my free copy of Jesper Jinx to my Kindle. Marko Kitti tells the fun story of Jesper, a typical 11 year old boy who does typical 11 year old boy things. The story takes place in England which I appreciated especially when familiar words were used that our English friends use - like "hoovering" for vacuuming.  

Jesper tells us his story by way of an author who lives down his street.  We are sworn to secrecy first, but once we sign on the dotted line to keep his stories secret, we find out why Jesper is known as Jesper Jinx. How does a cat go red?  Why does his classmate have a moustache?  And everyone who went to school could relate to his teacher Miss Parrot!  

This book made me smile and chuckle, and I am an adult.  While reading it, I couldn't help to think that this is a great book for boys.  Even reluctant readers would be hard-pressed to stop reading about Jesper once they started!

We rate this book 4 out of 5 moose hooves!