Silly Goose's Big Story by Keiko Kasza

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Friends and imagination save the day

Goose's friends love the stories he makes up when they're playing. Except one thing - Goose is always the hero. And when they ask to take turns leading the fun, Goose doesn't agree. While they argue about it, no one notices the hungry wolf sneaking up on them until he shouts, "Hello, Lunch!"

This real-life danger shows Goose how silly he's been and that his friends make terrific heroes!

Always a surefire hit on laps or at storytime, Keiko Kasza's latest shows how imagination can come in handy in an unexpected way.

About Keiko Kasza

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Keiko Kasza has written and illustrated numerous much-loved books for children. Her fun characters and surprising twists have earned numerous state awards. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana.
Published March 1, 2012 by Putnam Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Branches shake and a voice bellows (represented in big balloon type), “YUM, YUM, I smell a wolf …” Wolf bolts, and Goose is relieved to see his friends—true heroes—emerging from the trees.

Feb 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Silly Goose's Big Story

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Enter an uninvited player: ravenous Wolf, who grabs Goose, shouting, “Hello, lunch!” While Goose attempts to use his skill as raconteur to scare off Wolf, Goose’s clever friends get the job done, landing in the spotlight at last.

Jan 30 2012 | Read Full Review of Silly Goose's Big Story

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