This Moose Belongs to Me (book review)

The moose doesn’t belong to anyone – JD, 4

JD loves Oliver Jeffers and The Hueys is on our regular reading list, so we were really looking forward to receiving his newest title, This Moose Belongs to Me.

We weren’t disappointed. The illustrations are lovely, with all the personality of Jeffers’s other titles and beautiful painted backdrops. And just as The Hueys reminded us that it’s easy to get caught up in peer pressure, this book is a story on the morals of ownership, but with a few laughs thrown in.

For younger readers, the only possible downside is the trademark Jeffers scrawly writing that appears in parts of the story. It’s stylistically pleasing, but probably challenging for early readers.

This Moose Belongs to Me is available from HarperCollins in hardback for £11.99 and will later be available in paperback for £6.99.

Disclosure: we were sent This Moose Belongs to Me free of charge for review. No payment was received for this post. All posts are 100% honest.

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