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  • ISBN: 0590187953
  • ISBN13: 978-0590187954
  • ePub: 1685 kb | FB2: 1502 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholastic
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Moonstruck: The True Story of the Cow Who Jumped Over the Moon ePub download

It was like the E True Hollywood Story of how the cow jumped over the moon

It was like the E True Hollywood Story of how the cow jumped over the moon. Being the grown up reading this to them I could appreciate the similar style even if it went over their heads.

Moonstruck: The True Story of the Cow Who Jumped Over the Moon by Gennifer Choldenko Miss Cow stood off to the side for quite sometime watching the horses training to jump over the moon. Miss Cow dreamed of jumping over the moon herself. One day she got up the courage to ask if she could join the moon jump training.

The Cow Jumped Over the Moon was the first play of Sumner Locke Elliott. It was performed for a season in Los Angeles

The Cow Jumped Over the Moon was the first play of Sumner Locke Elliott. It was performed for a season in Los Angeles. It was seen by scouts from MGM who at one stage reportedly considered it for a vehicle for Billie Burke but decided against it on the grounds it was too similar to The Vinegar Tree. The Cow Jumped Over the Moon at Ausstage.

With her tongue firmly planted in her cheek, Gennifer Choldenko tells the "true" story of the very first moon jumping bovine. You will laugh out loud as you read this book, we guarantee it. The illustrations by Paul Yalowitz are equally wonderful making this a book you'll love having on your shelf

CAT: Let alone jump over the moon. I really don't get this one-the little dog laughed- i mean WHO CARES!? DOG: Finally I was ready to try out my new laugh.

CAT: Let alone jump over the moon Hey Dish, you run all the time-you think she's need a running start? HA. H. But thinking jumping over buckets was an official training regimen given by Horse here, she took it up a notch. Running and screaming. enter, listen, scream, exit, repeat. HORSE: It's true, I do, and when I eat too many beans I-. DOG you're DOING IT!

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The True Story of the Cow that Jumped over the Moon" is a short story by Michael Buckley set in the world of The Sisters Grimm. It tells the story of Bess from the point of the farmer who used to own her. Mr. Summers is a funny old codger with a million stories, but the most unusual of his tales is that of the cow who jumped over the moon.

Choldenko's first book gives the lowdown on the cow who was heralded in the headlines of her time-e. ""Flying Bovine"" and ""Cow Shaped UFO Reported. Full of humorous details (the headlines, the lonely competitor awaiting practice time, the cow's crescent moon tattoo), the scenes capture the mood perfectly, especially the close-up of the cow blasting off and the aerial view with Earth far below.

book by Gennifer Choldenko. This book is hilarious. It's a scream! The old nonsensical nursery rhyme is freshened up, dusted off and given a satirical slant. The parts with the horse are very funny. The humor runs rampant throughout this work and will leave readers of all ages, young children and adults alike laughing uproariously.

In a strange way, story elements of Twin Peaks can be either vitally . Hey diddle diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon

In a strange way, story elements of Twin Peaks can be either vitally important to the ongoing story or oddly random, with no readily apparent connection to the plot at al. Hey diddle diddle, The cat and the fiddle, The cow jumped over the moon. The little dog laughed, To see such fun, And the dish ran away with the spoon. This version was recorded in the 1765 book Mother Goose’s Melodies but parts of it have been referenced as far back as sixteenth century in printed works in some form or another, which likely means that it existed for some time before that in oral culture.

My name may be faintly visible on front cover. Otherwise, crisp, clean cover and pages.
komandante
This is a wonderful story for motivating students to do their best and that their mental attitude can make all the difference in their successes or failures. I read this to my 4th graders prior to participating in a whole school assessment. They thoroughly enjoyed the story and understood its message. And I think worked a little harder and felt a little more confident!
hulk
Awesome story! Has great humor! Makes you realize the massive effort a cow goes through to master the skill of jumping over the moon. A marvelous childs' book.....for adults!
Aloo
I've read this to students at school. My sister loves cows, so I bought a copy for her.
Rigiot
This book is great - but out of print. My daughter collects old, fun children's books, so I was glad to be able to find this one here.
Irostamore
So glad I was able to locate a copy of this book. Thanks so much.
Kirizius
The summary for this book does not even measure up to the hilarity of the book itself. The book is told from the viewpoint of a horse. This horse thinks Mother Goose did not give the cow enough credit when she wrote the tale.

You see according to the horse, who happens to be coach and captain of a team who all jump the moon every night. This cow hangs around and thus learns to jump too even though the horses see it as impossible.

Even though I know the fairy tale well, it was fun to read this book as an expanded version of the tale. It was hilarious to see the cow practice but eventually make the team and thus jump the moon with a flair that no other could have.

Kids will enjoy the mostly brown, white and blue pictures with funny character drawings that enhance the book. Kids will find the whole thing absurd but also get the idea that persistence and hard work pay off over time.

This book gets 5 stars from me as it is truly...mooooving!

Disclosure: I purchased this book or my own collections. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Naila Moon
Adorardana
This book is hilarious. It's a scream! The old nonsensical nursery rhyme is freshened up, dusted off and given a satirical slant. The parts with the horse are very funny. The humor runs rampant throughout this work and will leave readers of all ages, young children and adults alike laughing uproariously.

For Beatle fans, the "horse" brings to mind "Dark Horse," the one who pulls ahead, a description George Harrison often applied to himself. The short of it is, this book will delight all.

Choldenko is a gifted author and is one to keep a watch for!
This review from The National Parenting Center sums this great book up perfectly:
This hysterical and irreverent book which explores, in extraordinary depth, the well known Mother Goose line, "And the Cow Jumped Over The Moon", will have you and your children in stitches. With her tongue firmly planted in her cheek, Gennifer Choldenko tells the "true" story of the very first moon jumping bovine. You will laugh out loud as you read this book, we guarantee it. The illustrations by Paul Yalowitz are equally wonderful making this a book you'll love having on your shelf. END
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