Gaggle Sisters River Tour, The by Chris Jackson
(The Gaggle Sisters)

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In The Gaggle Sisters River Tour, Songster Sadie and her friend Dorothy set sail down the Wriggle River as they begin their summer tour. Sadie's grandiose -- and sometimes selfish -- plans are overshadowed only by her beautiful voice. But time and again, it's Dorothy's quick and creative thinking that saves the day, and the first concert of the season. Follow the adventures of these two darling geese as they journey through a story of true modesty and friendship.
 

About Chris Jackson

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Originally from Tamworth, Wales, author and illustrator Chris Jackson makes his home in Nepean, Ontario. Chris is a member of Multicultural Artists in Schools and Communities, and a world-class performer who loves to take his books (and his extensive hat collection) into classrooms and libraries. He has hosted over 1,800 readings and workshops.
 
Published September 1, 2002 by Lobster Press. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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And when Sadie’s coveted “Green Beret of Much Loveliness and High Degree of Style” gets dunked in the drink, becoming “A Green Beret of Much Wetness and High Degree of Sogginess,” nearly ruining everything, everything, everything for Sadie, it’s Dorothy who concocts an artful solution to the prob...

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The trip ultimately reinforces the duo's bonds of affection, but the narrative lingers on Sadie's grating flamboyance—she wears glamorous cats-eye sunglasses and calls her favorite hat "The Green Beret Of Much Loveliness And High Degree Of Style" (which, after a dousing in the river, becomes "A G...

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