Silly Goose by Marni McGee
  

Synopsis

Silly Goose by Marni McGee

When Fox tells sweet, silly Goose that her ears are missing, Goose is all a-fluster. Then she meets Peacock, who just happens to be selling ears. Goose is so excited, she doesn't notice his pointy ears, bushy tail and sharp teeth. Will her friends save Goose from a terrible trick?

Reviews

...an original take on a traditional story where right overcomes wrong. Carousel, July 2008

About the Author

Marni McGee grew up in North Carolina and graduated from UNC, Chapel Hill with 'Highest Honours in English' and from Yale with an MA in Religion. She has treasured books and words ever since childhood. Marni now lives in Santa Barbara, California with her husband. Alison Edgson was born in County Down and studied Visual Communication at the University of Ulster. After graduating with a First, she and her husband Jeff moved to an old chapel in the Usk Valley in Wales, where she works full-time as an illustrator.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 4 - 7 years

Author

Marni McGee
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Publisher

Little Tiger Press an imprint of Little Tiger Press Group

Publication date

1st February 2009

ISBN

9781845066345


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