Item description for Moongobble & Me: The Weeping Werewolf (UNABRIDGED) (Moongobble and Me) (Moongobble and Me) by Bruce Coville...
Moongobble and Edward are back for another adventure, this time venturing to the Forest of Night in search of the Weeping Werewolf. The quest is Moongobble's, but what they find will change Edward's life forever. More high adventure and high hilarity for younger listeners. Grown ups will find themselves laughing along as well!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 5.5" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Sep 5, 2004
Publisher Full Cast Audio
ISBN 1933322292 ISBN13 9781933322292
Availability 0 units.
More About Bruce Coville
Paula Danziger (1944-2004) was a flamboyantly funny and deeply honest writer who had a direct line into kids' hearts and funny bones. Bruce Coville lives in Syracuse, New York. Elizabeth Levy lives in New York City.
Bruce Coville currently resides in Syracuse, in the state of New York.
Bruce Coville has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Moongobble & Me: The Weeping Werewolf (UNABRIDGED) (Moongobble and Me) (Moongobble and Me)?
An amazing book Dec 16, 2007
I loved this book and I thought it was a great story. It is an exciting book with a lot of magic. If you like adventures, you will like this book.
More excellence from Bruce Coville Dec 7, 2005
The Moongobble books, while at a 9 YO reading independent reading level, are fine fare for the 5 and 6 YO set who enjoy a good solid story time. The ideas are simple while the vocabulary leaps just enough ahead to make 'em reach. Great stories, great vocabulary and excellent illustrations make these fine gifts for small kids who love to be read to, and bigger kids who love to read.
Another winner in the Moongobble series Nov 29, 2004
My 5 and 6 year old boys liked this even more than The Dragon of Doom. As I read it to them, they laughed out loud at Moongobble's magical failures and particularly his curses, "Dad rat monkey fat!" There are many engaging illustrations, although I always wish for more in a book like this. Particularly recommended to younger readers who aren't yet ready for Spiderwick. Can't wait for the Evil Elves!