Many years ago, by a lake in Northern Canada, a young girl named Marie found a wordless understanding with a special goose that would change her life.
A child relates a long list of things he would do before he’d say boo to a goose.
The lives of endangered species always hang in delicate balance and this tale will help young children appreciate their ongoing struggle to survive.
When a male goose longs for a chick of his own, he borrows an egg and ends up with a baby dinosaur.
Nancy’s interest in butterflies distracts her from lessons in waddling, flying, and swimming, but she still has something to teach her fellow goslings, and perhaps even their teacher.
Crystal had lived in the garden for many years and she was growing old–Zelda was just starting out in life and though she was young, she and Crystal were best friends, but one day Crystal was not in the garden, she had died; in this gentle, beautifully illustrated story, children learn, with Zelda, that true friendship is a gift that doesn’t die.
On her way to marry a distant prince, a young princess is forced to trade places with her evil serving maid and becomes a goose girl instead of a bride when she reaches her destination.
Tenacious Suzy Goose aims to top her Christmas tree with a star from the sky — with unexpectedly wondrous results — in this vibrant, whimsical tale. It’s Christmas Eve, and Suzy Goose and her friends are admiring their beautifully decorated tree. It’s perfect except for one thing: a star for the top. But Suzy sees just the right one, high in the sky, and no one can stop her from trying every possible way to get it.
A mother goose and her child may travel far and wide, but they will always be fine just as long as they are together.