If there is one childhood book that I always loved and will never forget, it is Morris Goes To School. Having a moose that walks, talks, and goes to school is entertaining in itself, but his need-to-learn personality is even more neat. Morris first tries to buy candy at a candy store but first goes to the fish store and then counted his money wrong. Luckily, he got to go to school where he learned the alphabet, the difference between the words "boys" and "girls", how to spell, how to hoof-paint, and how to count. During this time, the children and the teacher had a lot of fun having a moose for a classmate. They sang songs together and played games together. At the end, Morris was able to find the candy store with no problem and buy the candy without trouble. I would recomend this book to any young child beginning to read. It is cute, fun, and educational.