The Moose Spent Some Time On The New York Times Best Seller List, Several Times

…And Left Behind A Yellow Spot

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I have always been a book-fanatic for years, or so I thought anyways… I would always go to the book store pretty much every single time I would drive down that street, which is once or twice a week. I’d choose a few books that seemed pretty eye-catching, not only from the cover, but from the first paragraph.

Dr. Halls

I’m a doctor and I tend to work long, long hours every day. The only time I would actually have time to read my books are when I either go home late at night, or on my days off, which is rare.. and some days I’m just too exhausted for that. Most days I just want to spend time with my family after work, or shut my eyes as soon as I sit on my oh-so comfy couch.

I may have read more than a few books in my life. I have a huge bookshelf filled with such amazing books, from the most famous authors, of all different kinds that I have purchased ever since I was a young lad…. From romance to horror, from children to cooking, and so on. I’m working on a few (new and old) books right now actually, slowly but surely… However, I would sometimes get bored of one fast and tend to move on to the next one…

My friends and I do have a few favorites, and we will give you more than a few book reviews on the most interesting books we have ever read, (along with some pictures!) in various posts that will soon be posted below… First, here’s a couple good ones.

Enjoy!


1) Book Review Title:


Household Hints & Handy Tips

Readers Digest

Derek Derek
Why in the world would you even purchase this?


Billy Billy
Haven’t you’ve lived on your own for quite a while now?


Betty Betty
Yes, leave me alone. I still have this book from when I moved out!


Jessica Jessica
Hey, gimme that. What kind of hints & tips does it have?



 
 

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Well, first off, this book obviously includes some hints and tips on how to not live like an animal, and how to keep your household like a normal human being. It briefly teaches you step by step on how to make the bed, how to clean the floors, do the dishes, what to do when you, a family member, your pet, or your child gets a boo boo, and so on and so forth. You get the point, I hope.

Jessica Jessica
I could sure use this.


Mark Mark
What for?


Jessica Jessica
So I can become the perfect house wife one day.


Tyler Tyler
Touch√©…



 
 

Betty:

All I knew how to do is make macaroni… well, and sweep the floor, (like who doesn’t know how to do that?) I have lived on my own for a few months now, and I have learnt a lot from this book.

I’ve learnt that when the bathtub or the sinks are clogged, it thoroughly explains how to get all that hair out, or whatever is in there causing all that chaos. What’s most important is always sort colors when you do laundry, I’ve learnt that the hard way. Many times. Thousands of dollars have gone to waste.

What happens when you smell gas in the house? What if a stray attacks your dog? What do you do when a person faints, chokes on food, or has a heart attack? This book has the answer to every single question you can ever imagine in your entire lifetime.

Without this book, people and animals around me would be dead, no doubt about that… Trust me, a lot of catastrophe goes on in this household every single day. People choke, people fall down the stairs, slam their fingers in the door, I’ve burnt food so bad to the point my kitchen started on fire, and so on and so forth. It’s like I’m living in hell.

Talking Moose
Talking Moose
What about me? Should I give it a read?


Mark Mark
You’re a moose, Moose. You will always live like an animal.


Brittany Brittany
Literally.



 
 


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2) Book Review Title:


Night Over Water

Reader’s Digest

Billy Billy
These books are classics!


Holly Holly
I heard they are really hard to look for nowadays.


Jessica Jessica
They are! I remember I read a couple (I’m lying, actually a chapter) as soon as I got home after I purchased a few, years ago.

The first chapter out of one of the books I started was called ‘Night Over Water’. I assumed it was maybe about someone stuck in a boat for a night over the sea or something… But it ended up to be about the most romantic plane story that has ever been made.

Mark Mark
Tell us more about it.



 
 

Jessica:

A brief review on what it was about was that it was a bright September afternoon, a group of passengers stepped aboard on a big plane for it’s final flight after the war has been announced. Every single person had an irresistible sense to get out of England fast.

It was only 30 long hours to arrive in New York on their aircraft, and luckily, it was high luxury all the way there. Despite all of the delicious champagne and caviar, that night, the look of the sky was full of unexpected danger.

I then suspected that there was a storm… How is it romantic? Who knows, I went on vacation to Arizona with my husband and never continued reading after that part. But yeah, it’s pretty obvious

 

Mark Mark
The aircraft crashed into the ocean, everybody on the plane was stranded in the middle of the ocean, it would take them weeks to get help… I get it, I get it.


Brittany Brittany
It’s annoying when you start to read a book, and you can just tell what will happen without having to finish it!

Talking Moose
Talking Moose
Common sense! You guy are smarter than I thought!


 
 

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Billy Billy
Sometimes I don’t understand children’s books.


Betty Betty
Right?! Most of them don’t even make any sense, like Dr. Seuss for instance.



 
 

3) Book Review Title:


Green Eggs & Ham

by Dr. Seuss


Harmony Harmony
Yeah. Like, what about green eggs and ham… It sounds awful.


Brittany Brittany
I’ve never read it. I’m guessing it’s about a man who left his breakfast in the fridge way passed it’s due date…


 

Green Eggs and Ham is one of the ‘best selling children’s literature books’ by Dr. Seuss.

Levi Levi
…Oh?



 
 

It is about a character named Sam-I-Am, whose friend tries a plate of his famous green eggs and ham. However, the un-named character refuses to try this dish and says, “I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-am”. and repeats that same phrase over and over, as Sam encourages him to eat it in a total of eight various locations such as in a car, in a box, in a house, in a tree, in a train, in the dark, in the rain, and in a boat.

So long story short, at the end of the story, the unknown character finally tries the green eggs and ham and gladly responds, “I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you. Thank you, Sam-I-am.”

Tanya Tanya
I can’t quite figure out what the whole point of this is…


Mark Mark
There is no education or some sort of learning what-so-ever in this story.


Levi Levi
I don’t think this story will make your children smart at all. They will start talking weird.


David David
I have quite the story for you guys… Funny actually. But really annoying.



 
 

David:

My sister Andrea, andbooks12 her five year old twins, Lilly and Landon, were at the store a couple weeks ago, choosing books at the book store one fine afternoon. They are very smart kids for their age, they love books so much, and had almost every one (trust me, they are all over the house every time I go visit). I thought they were geniuses until something happened…

There were many different kinds of books to choose from, but they seemed to have already had most of them. The only one out of the whole isle they never had, that caught their eye at first glance because of the beautiful bright orange cover, was Green Eggs & Ham. “Oh great…”, she thought.

Andrea knew this book was a little ‘off’ from the first time she read it when she was a little girl. But the kids really, really wanted it, so she gave in. When they got home, Lilly and Landon were so overly excited to read their new book. Andrea then handed the book over to them, and they read it every single afternoon, and every single evening, until their bedtime every single day for the past three weeks.

Lilly and Landon have been speaking very weird since then. They are not smart anymore.

Below is the mother’s review of the book:

Andrea: “I would not recommend this book to anybody. My kids are now getting F’s in kindergarten.”

Hector Hector
That is sad.


Talking Moose
Talking Moose
Oh well, her fault.



 
 

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