Bill Grogan's Goat by Mary Ann Hoberman

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Bill Grogan's pesky goat has been eating clothes and getting into lots of trouble. When Bill gets rid of him he ends up on a train with an engineer and a group of raucous barnyard animals and sets off on a great adventure. This hilarious story is written in verse.

About Mary Ann Hoberman

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Mary Ann Hoberman is the author of many books for children, including the critically acclaimed A House Is a House for Me, which won a National Book Award. Ms. Hoberman lives with her husband in Greenwich, CT.
Published April 1, 2002 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Children's Books.

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He gives away his red shirts to make amends, but at lunchtime, the pig, sheep, and cow have such terrible manners that not only does the goat not get anything to eat, but the shirts become a filthy mess.

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Mary Ann Hoberman and Nadine Bernard Westcott team up for another rousing rendition of a popular children's chant, Bill Grogan's Goat.

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