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The Moon and Farmer McPhee

The Moon and Farmer McPhee The cows and sheep think Farmer McPhee should stop frowning and start frisking But Farmer McPhee just wants to get some sleep Then one moonlit night something changesA collaboration between New Zeala

  • Title: The Moon and Farmer McPhee
  • Author: Margaret Mahy David Elliot Sarah Elworthy
  • ISBN: 9781869794064
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The cows and sheep think Farmer McPhee should stop frowning and start frisking But Farmer McPhee just wants to get some sleep Then one moonlit night, something changesA collaboration between New Zealand s best loved writer for children, Margaret Mahy, and the wonderfully quirky illustrator, David Elliot, The Moon and Farmer McPhee is a magical and heart warming book.

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      Published :2019-02-09T07:26:49+00:00

    1 thought on “The Moon and Farmer McPhee

    1. Moon madness seduces the tired, grumpy farmer!.This book is Margaret Mahy at her best - and when she's sparking on all cylinders there's nothing can touch her. The illustrations are just exactly right as well.This book wins on all counts - not only is it a picture book that I could read every day to my grandchildren, but my grandchildren also love it. Over the last couple of months I've been deliberately taking note of our comparative opinions on books, and it's been really interesting to see ho [...]

    2. I loved The Moon and Farmer McPhee. Bought it for my grandson the minute it came out. Margaret's way with words and engaging slipping in of "moral' questions is at its best here (how we miss her). But equally I love David Elliot's illustrations. I think they are in every way an equal part of the magic of this book. If you haven't read other's of his, you (and your children and grandchildren) are missing out. )

    3. As always with a book by Margaret Mahy the language is a pleasure to read with a good dose of magic, and a terrific message thrown in for good measure. David Elliot's illustrations suit the story perfectly. The flaps work for the story but might easily come to grief in what surely must become a much read book.

    4. I enjoyed this little book again.I wish I could keep a bottle of moon magic in my pocket for days when I need it.

    5. Brilliant story and illustrations. Some of the pages have windows to the next and barn doors opening. Great farm animal story.

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