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Format:
Title:
A girl, a goat, and a goose
ISBN:
9780439099783
Publication Information:
New York : Scholastic, 2000.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series title(s):
General Note:
"Cartwheel books."
Summary:
Three friends share a series of experiences--enduring a thunderstorm, looking for a lost feather, going for a ride in a cart, and sailing a toy boat.
Reading Level:
"Preschool-Grade 1"--Cover.
Program Information:
Accelerated reader 1.7 0.5 62234.
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Summary

Three friends share a series of experiences--enduring a thunderstorm, looking for a lost feather, going for a ride in a cart, and sailing a toy boat.


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Booklist Review

Gr. 1, younger for reading aloud. The four charming stories in this beginning reader relate the amiable adventures of three good friends. In the first, a thunderstorm drives the goose next door to the goat's house and both animals to the girl's house, where they agree that they're less afraid when they're together. In another, the goose has lost a feather. After the goose and goat search all three houses without finding it, the girl gives the goose her quill pen as a replacement. McPhail's sensitive ink drawings, washed with gentle colors, turn each story into a little drama of small proportions, lit with affection and untouched by any shadow of villainy. Mild mannered and pleasing. --Carolyn Phelan