Goose is feeling sad. What does he need to cheer him up? Read more...
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Goose is feeling sad. What does he need to cheer him up? He doesn't need a game of tag. Or to stand on his head. Or a happy song. What he really, really needs... is a hug from a good friend.
Praise for the Duck & Goose series:
Duck and Goose have taken their places alongside Frog and Toad and George and Marthaas fine examples of friendship, curiosity and problem-solving. "Kirkus Reviews"
Charming, funny, simple, and surprising. . . .Hills is master of the light comic touch. "The Boston Globe""
- ISBN-13: 9780307982933
- ISBN-10: 0307982939
- Publisher: Schwartz & Wade Books
- Publish Date: December 2012
- Page Count: 22
- Reading Level: Ages 2-5
Series: Duck & Goose
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-12-03
- Reviewer: Staff
The Duck and Goose series expands with a gently comedic story that makes it clear that losing a case of the blues is even harder when one’s well-meaning friends aren’t listening (a theme also explored in Jed Henry’s Cheer Up, Mouse, reviewed Nov. 12). Goose knows exactly what he needs, but Duck and crew repeatedly cut him off midsentence, suggesting games, headstands, and puddle-jumping to improve his mood. Goose’s frustration nearly boils over into anger, but the other birds get the message just in time, and the zinger “Well, why didn’t you just say so?” closes this escapade on a lighthearted, reassuring note. Ages 2–5. (Dec.)