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Minnie and Moo Go Dancing
 
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Minnie and Moo Go Dancing (Minnie and Moo)

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In this hilarious tale of our two bovine friends, Minnie and Moo are enjoying a sunset and when they hear the sound of dance music coming fro mthe farmer's home and decide they should attend.
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Published December 1st 2000 by Live Oak Media (NY) (first published January 1st 1960)
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Eva Leger
Aug 12, 2011 Eva Leger rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: julias-books
Okay. I think pretty much all of my friends on here know me and know that I'm not a prude. I'm fairly open-minded. Easy to get along with. I like most things, even if it takes me awhile to get used to it.
Yet I'm left wondering if this book is the author's idea of a joke. I skimmed the reviews and I didn't see anyone else mention the things I noticed in this story. (With the exception of one reviewer mentioning the hamburger in passing.)
Sooooo, here goes.
The first thing I'll say is that the story
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Danette
Aug 07, 2016 Danette rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Read with Julia.
R.A.
Oct 15, 2016 R.A. rated it it was amazing
Shelves: easy-reader
This one was funny too!
Jessica Jackson
This book is-what’s the word?-strange! Maybe I am missing something because this is part of a series. I read it because I love cows, and it looked fun, which it is, but it’s also odd. The book is organized into short chapters with large spaced out text making it pleasant to read. In the first chapter, Minnie and Moo, the cows, debate about the score of a sunset and whether thumbs are a good wish or not. The next few chapters just get stranger. The cows go dancing, they go to a human party, and t ...more
David
Feb 15, 2011 David rated it really liked it
Shelves: easy-readers
Minnie and Moo Go Dancing (Minnie and Moo) by Denys Cazet is one of the early books about the bovine duo, starting with Moo thinking she wants thumbs. It quickly becomes about going to a dance at the farmer's house, after borrowing some old dresses from a trunk in the barn. Hijinks ensue. There is a case of mistaken identity. We meet Hank and Bobo DePew. Minnie and Moo rush off after thinking they ate the Holsteins. But everything ends well.

Minnie and Moo Go Dancing is a crazy, hilarious and fun
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Andrew Foster
Grade Level: Kindergarten - 2nd

This story had some action in it, but the plot is somewhat confusing. I think the whole part about he hamburger is a little much and may be inappropriate in a book for a young reader. However, I like the part about wishing and doing something that you may not really be able to do. That part of the story is endearing and can be a great lesson for students to learn; dream big.
Christi
Sep 21, 2011 Christi rated it it was ok
Whattt???? This book is strange. Not to mention that in the illustrations the cows have thumbs which they are supposedly wishing for.... and it's strangely sexualized. I really do not know that a child would even get half the jokes. It's just odd.
Heidi-Marie
These are funny cows. I enjoyed the story and the book overall.

Children's Lit Review: "large type. more elaborate illustrations. space between lines. Not always white, because text sometimes overlapping illustrations."
MamaCarrie
Jun 15, 2012 MamaCarrie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Perfect for her reading level (2-3rd grade), funny and there's a character named Ruby. She got this book for her first or second birthday but it was just a little too long for my toddler.
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