A Good Read: Mooseclumps
Offbeat poems will entertain kids and parents alike
One of the best things about this award-winning book is its offbeat poems and illustrations, which make parents laugh along with their kids. The title poem, “Mooseclumps,” introduces the reader to a narcissistic, grumpy feline who believes he’s the king of all cats. “Little Big Cheeks” tells of a precocious little girl whose “cheeks were so big she couldn’t open her eyes” and teaches children to be proud of the things that make them unique. The author/illustrator/video performer, Ryan T. Bliss, is a lawyer by day, and lives in Cary. “Mooseclumps” is hardcover, 58 pages, and available at amazon.com.
Bliss also recently launched a “Mooseclumps” YouTube video channel, with songs teaching preschool lessons. Kids and toddlers will love Mooseclumps' songs for children while they learn ABCs, phonics, numbers, shapes and more.
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