Moose’s Book Bus
With a dearth of storybooks among his friends, Moose who has exhausted his repertoire of new tales to tell his family after supper, sets out to find the town library. he’s fortunate to discover a wealth of exciting books await him and Moose borrows all the librarians’s s suggestions and more.
That same evening, no sooner has he settled down to regale his family with one of the storybooks than Bear brings her cubs along to hear his Little Red Riding Hood rendition.
Word spreads and it’s not long before Moose’s evening story times become exceedingly popular
with his living room rather crowded ‘like being in a sardine tin’. Now what’s a bright creature like Moose to do next …
Ingenious creature that he is, Moose finds a wheeled solution and it’s one that benefits his entire community in more ways than one.
This is a brilliant book, paying homage as it does to the power of story, of books and of libraries (something not every community is fortunate enough to have nowadays). With her somewhat whimsical cast of woodland characters, Inga Moore’s soft-edged, earthy rural scenes with their wealth of detail and gentle humour draw the reader in from the start.
I can’t wait to share this terrific book far and wide; it’s my favourite Inga Moore story so far.