Moose loves nothing more than to help his girl Zara. Unfortunately, dogs aren't allowed at her school, and Moose's escape acts from his house, his crate, and the backyard aren't helping his cause. How can Zara get her lovable pooch a free pass to the classroom? Full color.
Moose loves nothing more than to help his girl Zara, but what is a dog to do when he isn't allowed at school?
Maria Gianferrari is the author of several picture books, including Coyote Moon, which she published with Roaring Brook Press. For Maria, hello is sunshine after a snowstorm, the scent of cinnamon, and happy greetings from her beloved mutt, Becca. Maria lives in northern Virginia with Becca, her scientist husband, and her artist daughter. Patrice Barton is the illustrator of over twenty picture and chapter books, including the award-winning picture books MINE! by Shutta Crum and The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig. Her chapter books include the Junior Library Guild selections The Year of the Three Sisters: An Anna Wang Novel by Andrea Cheng and The Naming of Tishkin Silk by Glenda Millard. Patrice makes her home in Austin, Texas, with her husband and her sweet dog, Archer.