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by Judy Dunn

eBook The little goat (A Random House picture book) download ISBN: 0394838718
Author: Judy Dunn
Publisher: Random House (1978)
Language: English
ePub: 1883 kb
Fb2: 1744 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: azw lrf mbr lit
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THE LITTLE GOAT book.

THE LITTLE GOAT book. From this book, I learned that even though a goat will eat your hat and have to be saved from the tops of walls, it will also be your very best friend, carry your camping equipment, pull you around in a wagon (I might need two goats for that, unlike This book saved my day, and possibly my VERY SANITY.

Judy Dunn wrote a number of children's books, many of them illustrated with the photographs of her mother, Phoebe Dunn. Phoebe Dunn's photographs have been published worldwide in more than 20 children's books, a number of them written by her daughter, Judy Dunn. Age Range: 3 - 7 years. I didn't think it would still be in print, but anything's possible, so I looked it up here and found this collection.

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Y" Things is a learning book of colorful illustrations for beginning and young readers by bestselling children's .

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Andy receives a little goat as a birthday present. He names him Sam and they soon become best friends.
Comments: (7)
BroWelm
My son just loves this book. Had it read to him three times in a row the first time. It's about a child and his love for his pet goat, with beautiful photographs, and a clear and simple layout.
Jockahougu
Thrilled to get this. Grandkids love the stories of the whole set.
Tebei
Really like the whole series !
Zadora
Wonderful - thank you
Rrinel
Wonderful story, especially if you have a rascally little kid of your own :)!!
Kulafyn
I ordered this book but The Little Duckling was shipped to me instead. The duck story is cute but my son was really hoping for a goat one.
Jairani
This book, like others in the series, features a friendship between a young child (Andy) and an animal (a young goat named Sam).

I didn't think that this book was as good as many others in the series, and I don't really care for the series much as a whole anyway. In this particular book, there are a lot of words per page, and the story doesn't flow particularly well.

While children may be charmed with the idea that a pet goat could carry them around on a wagon, the achievement of this type of goal is just tantalizingly out of reach for most children. If it's a story about a flying elephant, a child will understand that he or she can't get a pet elephant. But when you see photos of a boy and his pet goat having a grand old time, it's harder to understand why you can't have a goat, too.

As is typical of the series, the story meanders without a significant plot, content to show happy little individuals scenes that demonstrate the relationship between Andy and Sam. If you're going to give this series a shot, start with another book.
This book The little goat is NOT the same MY PET GOAT story that G W Bush was reading. If you buy it thinking it is you will be dissapointed. Shame on Amazon for allowing this mix up to exist, I was suckered in, due to reviews, and bought this thing. although it was only 40 cents the shipping and handling made it price prohibitive for a used childrens book.