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Hilda Mae Heifer has lost her melodic mi-mi-moo!

A klunk on the head and now Hilda's simply not sure what sound to make.

Is it a mew, or an oink, or possibly a honk? With the eager help of the farm animals, Hilda is determined, once again, to sing her sensational moo. Which should most certainly be a MOO-MOOO-MOO-MOO.

Moo Who? is a raucous read-aloud for the youngest noisemak
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Hardcover, 40 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Katherine Tegen Books (first published 2004)
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Duane
Apr 21, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great book for any storytime with preschoolers! The story follows a cow that's been hit by a cow pie and now doesn't remember what kind of animal she is. She travles around the farm and tries to learn what she is. With lots of barn animal sounds, preschoolers will love the funny illustrations and humor. A great book for anyone's collection.
Mandy
Jan 14, 2013 added it
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Hilda Mae Heifer was a very enthusiastic singer until one day she loses her moo after getting hit in the head with a cow pie. Now the other animals on the farm try to convince her that she moos instead of sounding like them.
Laurie
Nov 17, 2012 rated it liked it
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Laura Driskell
Apr 28, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: picture-books
Walking out of the children’s book section at the library this book caught my eye. I picked it up and added to my stack of predetermined books that I needed for my class. Would I even use this book for an assignment I did not know, but what I did know was that the cover illustrations caught my eye and I knew it was a book I wanted to take a look at. I am glad I did, this book is cute funny, and nicely written.
Some may say that the illustrations are scary, but I disagree. Ugly cute is in, just c
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Elizabeth Smith
May 14, 2015 rated it really liked it
Moo Who?Palatini, Margie. Moo Who?. Ilus. Keith Graves. United States: Harper Collins Publishers,2004. Print. Preschool-Grade 2. In this story Hilda Mae Heifer loves to “moo” all day long. One day though she gets hit in the head with a massive cow pie and forgets what sound she is supposed to make. Throughout the story she imitates other animals and they try and help her realize that she is a cow and her job is to moo. Palatini and Graves both succeeded at coming up with a children’s story that ...more
Pauline
Children will love guessing why the cow named Hilda Mae Heifer is different from all the animals in this delightful book.

Hilda loves to sing, but her singing is not loved by others, one day while singing she gets whacked in the head by a cow pie and loses her identity.

Hilda Mae Heifer goes from thinking she is a goose and even a cat until she realizes what and who she is. Kids will delight in comparing Hilda the cow to the other animals she encounters in the book. The ending is satisfying and hi
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Andrew Stockle
Jun 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
Hilda Mea Heffer is a cow who has lost her MOO. After a large cow pie hits her square in the face, Hilda completely loses her ability to Moo. The reader goes on a quest with Hilda to find her Moo. She passes several animals along the way and tries to imitate their sound until finally she gets her Moo back. This is a wonderful book with FANTASTIC illustrations which would make it easy for a class to see from far away. The text is repetitive in areas, so a teacher would really be able to involve t ...more
Heidi-Marie
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Ruhama
Dec 04, 2008 rated it liked it
Hilda Mae is known for her singing...though it’s not always pretty. One day, said cow is hit in the head with a cow pie, and she gets a light case of amnesia. Throughout the barnyard she explores, only to discover that she doesn’t honk, peep, oink or mew. At the end, she gets her moo back, and is happily singing again. The story is great— humorous and consistent and everyone will love Hilda Mae’s character. The pictures on the other hand are a bit scary and not quite as appealing. There are some ...more
Dena (Batch of Books)
Nov 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Another super silly book. Hilda gets clonked in the head with a hardened cow pie and loses her moo. She searches high and low looking for the thing that she is supposed to do, but nothing she tries feels quite right.

Perfect to read out loud to young kids, Moo Who? is humorous and witty. The unique illustration style adds to the silliness of the story while giving it extra personality. Bright colors invite the reader and listeners in to this crazy world where a cow can lose her moo and find it ag
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