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Muddle Mo's Worm Surprise

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Muddle and Mo are the best of friends. Muddle is a loveable, slightly confused yet enthusiastic little duckling. Mo is a long-suffering, not very adventurous goat with lots of patience. Today, Muddle is preparing a surprise picnic for Mo. Mo doesn't like worms, so will he like what's in the basket?
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published April 1st 2017 by Starfish Bay Publishing
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Rhyllis Bignell
Jul 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Nikki Slade Robinson's new Muddle and Mo story celebrates the friendship of a yellow duckling and a much larger white goat. The emotive pencil and wash illustrations set on a beige parchment textured background capture the character's feelings and expression. Their placement carries the simple text along, so much of the story is seen in Mo's expressions, his concerns about worms for lunch and so much excitement is shown in Muddle's movements and actions.
Janet
Jun 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Muddle, the duck, is planning a picnic with Mo, the goat. Muddle is finding all types of worms for the picnic. Mo is making faces about the worms. Will there be anything for Mo to eat. The published of this book, Starfish Bay from Auckland, New Zealand. The two Muddle and Mo books are just delightfully a little different.
Amanda Brooke
Apr 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Great emergent reader book - just a few words per page and most of the words are familiar to a first grader at standard. The illustrations lend humor and an element of empathy - we worried that Mo would have to eat worms.
Donna Mork
Feb 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
A duck and a goat decide to have a picnic. The duck promises worm surprise. The goat doesn't want to hurt his feelings but doesn't like worms. The surprise is, there are no worms in his worm surprised. What a relief.
Bethe
Sep 29, 2017 rated it liked it
Cute friendship story in easy to read format. Love how each character has its own font for dialogue.
Stephanie Moran
The book is perfect for beginning readers. The story is sweet and simple.
Kelly
Jun 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I found myself smiling at the end of this book. It is just so sweet. What is a treat to some is not a treat to others, but a true friend knows that.
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like surprise undies
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I love the goat's evolving expression and how bossy duck is. And, of course, the surprise at the end! Looking forward to reading this one aloud in story time to 2-3 year olds.
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