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Reviewed by Sylvia Heslin for Readers' Favorite
Moosh and Grizzle are two very large grizzly brother bears that live in New York City at the Natural History Museum. Every Sunday, Moosh and Grizzle watch a little girl named Ellie and her Dad look at all of the museum’s exhibits. One day when Ellie and her Dad are in the museum, Ellie drops one of her red mittens on the floor. Moosh and Grizzle bears see this as an opportunity to give the mitten back to Ellie, and to introduce them. The book "Moosh and Grizzle" written by Kristin Magnuson Nord is a children’s fable about two grizzly bears, Moosh and Grizzle, and a little girl named Ellie, and the fun that they have together.
The book "Moosh and Grizzle" is a fun story to read, and I really enjoyed reading it to my toddlers/preschool age children. I think that although "Moosh and Grizzle" is for children who are a little older, I feel that it will appeal to much young children too. I think that the book uses a kind of language that is easy for children to understand. I enjoyed looking at all of the illustrations that Kristin Magnuson drew in her book. A story about grizzly bears that live in a museum and come to life is funny and imaginative. On one of the pages of her book, Kristin Magnuson has drawn a picture of Moosh, Grizzle and Ellie walking across a major New York city street to get to Central Park. I think the picture is funny because all of the people in the cars just wait while the trio of friends walk across the street to look for food. I recommend this book to children who love reading books about animals and have a bit of imagination.