As with all the Meg and Mog books love the illustrations but found the story lacking something They often seem to have a abrupt ending
as if the author suddenly realised they were nearly out of pages Pandemonium erupts when if the author suddenly realised they were nearly out of pages Pandemonium erupts when Meg and Owl visit the zoo in this tenth entry in Helen Nicoll and Jan Pie owski s witchy picture book series As Meg heads for the reptile section and Owl dreaming of mice makes for the small mammals display striped Mog finds himself mistaken for a zoo resident and hunted down His headlong flight ends in capture but fortunately or not Meg is there with a spell Swop swop To and fro Chop chop Let Mog go to release him Who will rescue her however when she ends up in a cage and her escape plan sets all the zoo residents looseIt s another amusing adventure with this witchyfelinestrigine trio with Meg Would you mistake Mog for a tiger The zoo eepers did and tried to catch him but it wasn't as easy as they.
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ENDING THE MAIN CHARACTER MOG ISThe main character Mog is cat familiar of a witch called Meg who also has another familiar named Owl no prizes for guessing what type of who also has another familiar named Owl no prizes for guessing what type of he is The story flows very well with its fast pace set mainly by the fact there is an average of 67 words on each page But what really got me with this book was the ending this book has a cracker of one no way would I have ever predicted the twist to the tale on the last pageThe illustrations complement the story very well in this book admittedly they are basic enough to be rated a rung or two above stick figures but as a review printed inside the front cover by the Sunday times states a brilliant combination of text and states A brilliant combination of text and its hard to argue with that Not een on books which normalise zoos like this and the plot in this one is dubiou. E exploring the bright colours sounds and shapes'A brilliant coordination of text and pictures' Sunday Tim. ,
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always Mog ending up in trouble and worried Owl along forMog ending up in trouble and a worried Owl along for ride The simple text and colored illustrations will ILLERAMMA Kathalu keep young children engaged while the humorous details the four way sign at the zoo directs visitors to Big Cats Small Mammals Reptiles and Ladies will tickle their funny bone Recommended to readers with a taste for witchy fare or who have enjoyed other titles in the Meg and Mog series This evening I revisited a piece of literature that I first read in the 80 s Mog at the Zoo by Helen Nicoll with illustrations by Jan PienkowskiA random book out of many that I picked up for my son at the local library today I was pleasantly surprised when I picked it out of the pile that I had in fact read this as a young boyThat aside this book has everything that a 7 month old needs in a story Magic. Had thoughtThe bestselling Meg and Mog stories are perfect for sharing or reading alone Children will lov.