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The Adventures of Moo Moo the Moo Cow - Ultimate Edition By Zaladoid Books
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These two short stories chronicle the lives of Moo Moo the Moo Cow and her happy farm friends - Hamilton the Pig and so many more!
Baby Bear and Moo Moo: Adventure to Nan's By Jasmine Jackson
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A heart warming tale of Baby Bear and Moo Moo. Two friends on an adventure to meet a very special family member.
Whereis Mineral: Selected Adventures in MOO By Chris Funkhouser
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In the early 1990s, MOO, an acronym for M(ulti-User Dungeon) Object-Oriented, enabled many people to connect online—where they’d engage with each other, build digital structures and... More > functioning robots, entirely out of text. LambdaMOO’s logon screen reads: “LambdaMOO is a new kind of society, where thousands of people voluntarily come together from all over the world. What these people say or do may not always be to your liking; as when visiting any international city, it is wise to be careful who you associate with and what you say. The operators of LambdaMOO have provided the materials for the buildings of this community, but are not responsible for what is said or done in them”. Whereis Mineral documents the author’s traversing of various online MOOs, most accurately classified as text-based virtual realities, prior to the advent of the WWW. Among other attributes, these logs reflect tests of patience and focus; substantial lags, computer foibles, as well as all sorts of imaginative construction.< Less
The Adventures of Beau Dog and Missy Moo By Blair Stuart
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This quality bound photobook consists of images of two Dalmatians, Beau Dog a 5.5 year old pure bred male and his Daughter Missy Moo a 10 month old pure bred female. The Dalmatian breed are a... More > relatively low maintenance dog, hey love to go for walks and to run free on beaches. Non aggressive yet very protective of their family, they make the perfect pet. Extremely loyal they will thrive if they are treated as one of the family. They should be kept inside as they do tend to suffer from the cold and besides as a member of the family they expect nothing less. they have an independent streak as well as being quite mischievous and full of fun.< Less
My Great Granny Moo By Karen Stanley
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Molly adores her Granny Moo. She visits her every week and loves to stay up late listening to fantastic tales about her adventures. Molly’s Mum and Dad reckon that Granny Moo just loves to... More > tell ‘tall’ tales. But one day, Granny Moo goes missing! Molly sets out to find her Gran and gets caught up in the most amazing and unbelievable adventure. An adventure that involves mountains and magic, a journey in a jungle, and a walk down a very special set of stairs. An adventure that convinces Molly once and for all, that maybe Granny Moo’s tales aren’t such tall tales after all…< Less
Madi Moo's Missing Imagination By Nina Bean
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Madi Moo is a friendly and imaginative young cow who awakens one morning with a serious dilemma...her imagination has gone MISSING! On her quest to recover it, she meets a few curious and mismatched... More > new friends while experiencing her first ever, FOR REAL, adventure!< Less
Myrtle Moo the Curious Cow By Al Benge
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Myrtle the Curious Cow is wondering what the outside world is like, away from her own field. She decides to slip out the farm gate and explores the nearby countryside on a rural farm road. In her... More > travels, she meets some interesting new friends including a horse, a pig, a sheep and a goat, not to mention a hedgehog. Illustrated with original cartoons and easy to follow text by Australian cartoonist author Al Benge, this book is suitable for six to nine year olds. Follow the adventures of Myrtle the Cow as she makes new friends, and gives her amusing opinions on how she sees life. An interesting insight into life in a rural environment as seen through the eyes of a farm cow.< Less
Myrtle Moo: The Helpful Cow By Al Benge
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Another story in the Myrtle Moo the cow series which follows the adventures of this enterprising cow as she grazes in her peaceful country meadow. In this short ebook for children, Myrtle Moo has... More > eaten all the flowers in her field. Then her Auntie Bluebell arrives, and needs flowers to decorate her straw hat. Myrtle Moo proves to be a very helpful cow and enlists the aid of all her friends to go out and find flowers in the meadow. Illustrated with Australian cartoonist Al Benge's colorful drawings, and written with his usual humorous style. The book is aimed at six to nine year olds. It illustrates the value of friends all helping to solve a problem, and in this instance, satisfying a rather cranky Auntie Bluebell.< Less
Party Pooper: That’s Why We Invited Moo By Mari K. Eder
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Benson the miniature schnauzer has it made. He has good food, the run of the house, and a loving family all to himself. He’s the king of the doggie castle, and life is good. But when his... More > perfect world is invaded by Maggie, the new dog, he’s beside himself. What’s a boy to do? Maggie is a happy, bouncy, playful little girl who loves her toys, her new people, her safe new home, and her grumpy older brother. But she’s not worried. Maggie is a girl who isn’t afraid of what she wants. She’s not worried that some might say she was pushy (and that she takes the title of “party pooper” a bit too literally). Together, Benson and Maggie are about to share a love of adventure, cats, cookies, and travel. In this collection of almost-true and completely charming stories, they invite you along for a dog’s-eye view of their lives, filled with neighborhood ramblings, superhero rescues, new friends, and old bones.< Less
Party Pooper: That’s Why We Invited Moo By Mari K. Eder
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Benson the miniature schnauzer has it made. He has good food, the run of the house, and a loving family all to himself. He’s the king of the doggie castle, and life is good. But when his... More > perfect world is invaded by Maggie, the new dog, he’s beside himself. What’s a boy to do? Maggie is a happy, bouncy, playful little girl who loves her toys, her new people, her safe new home, and her grumpy older brother. But she’s not worried. Maggie is a girl who isn’t afraid of what she wants. She’s not worried that some might say she was pushy (and that she takes the title of “party pooper” a bit too literally). Together, Benson and Maggie are about to share a love of adventure, cats, cookies, and travel. In this collection of almost-true and completely charming stories, they invite you along for a dog’s-eye view of their lives, filled with neighborhood ramblings, superhero rescues, new friends, and old bones.< Less

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