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Books with title Silly Little Goose

  • Silly Little Goose!

    Nancy Tafuri, Nancy Tarufi

    Board book (Cartwheel Books, Feb. 1, 2010)
    Goose is looking for someplace nice and warm to make a nest, but all the good spots are taken! The pigs have the pen, the chicken and chicks are in the henhouse . . . until she finds an old straw hat: warm, quiet, cozy--perfect! Goose lays her eggs and watches over them until-crack! crack! crack!-out pop eight wonderful peeping goslings. Now in a cuddly padded board book format for bed and naptime snuggles.
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  • Silly, Silly Goose

    Anthony J. Fisher

    Paperback (Silly, Silly Goose, March 5, 2012)
    “A Silly, Silly Goose” is about a young goose who is trying to find out who she is. In the process, she tries being something she is not. Even though she fails, she keeps on trying. She discovers that she is “silly” and by trying, she is actually succeeding — in making everyone laugh.
  • Silly Little Goose

    Jenn (CON) Martino Nancy Tafuri,Nancy Tarufi

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, March 15, 2010)
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  • Silly Little Goose!

    Nancy Tafuri

    Hardcover (Scholastic Press, April 1, 2001)
    Wanting to make her nest in just the right place, Goose searches for the perfect location, but seeing that almost all have been taken, her journey must continue with only the littlest time to spare.
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  • Silly Little Goose!

    Nancy Tafuri

    Paperback (Scholastic, Inc., March 15, 2001)
    good used condition
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  • Silly goose

    Jack Kent

    Hardcover (Prentice-Hall, March 15, 1983)
    A fox is helped by a goose from dangerous situations he encounters when he ignores the goose's counsel.
  • Silly Little Goose!

    Nancy Tafuri

    Board book (Scholastic Press, March 1, 2003)
    NOW IN BOARD BOOK, Nancy Tafuri's delightful tale of a silly little goose's misguided quest for the perfect place to make her nest."Early one morning, Goose sets out to make a nest." Honk! The first place Goose finds looks nice and warm. But "Silly Little Goose!" That pen is for the pigs! Then Goose finds someplace nice and soft, a rag box in the tool shed. But "Silly Little Goose!" The cat and her kittens already live there. Lovable, muddled Goose finally encounters an old straw hat, which readers have seen tumbling throughout the story. It's warm, soft, quiet, cozy -- perfect! Goose lays her eggs and watches over them until -- crack! crack! crack! -- out pop eight wonderful peeping chicks. "Hooray for Little Goose!"
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  • Silly Little Goose

    Nancy Tafuri

    Paperback (Scholastic, Nov. 30, 2004)
    A goose tries out a few odd places to make her nest before finally settling on an old straw hat.
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  • Silly Little Goose!

    Nancy Tafuri

    Hardcover (Scholastic Book Serv., Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Jan. 1, 2001)
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  • Little Goose

    David Mraz, Margot Apple

    language (Tricycle Press, Aug. 31, 2011)
    See outstanding VIDEO TRAILER on Author Page--click on "David Mraz" photo below.Teachers!--See lesson plans at davidmraz.comRound things like pebbles and puddles and marbles and bubbles remind Little Goose of something, but he can't remember what it is. So he sets off on a journey in order to recall the special feeling he gets when he sees baskets and buckets and balls that roll. But Turtle's round rock isn't quite right, and neither are the flies that buzz 'round Frog's head, nor Mouse's round house, deep down in a hole. Only when he returns home does Little Goose remember what makes him feel cozy and comfy, and happy, too-: -that most special place within the soft circle of his mama's wings. This timeless tale of coming home to a mother's love will ring true with explorers of all ages. Reviews"Apple's full-bleed colored-pencil illustrations add appropriate warmth and gentleness to Mraz's fable..."--Kirkus Reviews
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  • Silly Goose

    Marni Mcgee

    Paperback (Good Books, May 1, 2013)
    "Goose, your ears are missing," Fox says one morning. And, when Goose peers into the pond at her reflection, she realizes Fox is right. She can't see her ears. All a-flutter, she tries to borrow a pair of ears from her friends, but none of them are the right size. Then Goose meets Peacock, who just happens to be selling ears. What luck! Goose is so excited she doesn't notice Peacock's pointy ears, his bushy tail and his sharp, sharp teeth. Can Goose's friends save her from this terrible trick? From the author of the Book Sense Children's Pick, While Angels Watch, and the illustrator of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Me and My Dad!
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  • Little Goose

    David Mraz, Margot Apple

    Hardcover (Tricycle Press, April 14, 2009)
    Round things like pebbles and puddles and marbles and bubbles remind Little Goose of something, but he can't remember what it is. So he sets off on a journey in order to recall the special feeling he gets when he sees baskets and buckets and balls that roll. But Turtle's round rock isn't quite right, and neither are the flies that buzz 'round Frog's head, nor Mouse's round house, deep down in a hole. Only when he returns home does Little Goose remember what makes him feel cozy and comfy, and happy, too-: -that most special place within the soft circle of his mama's wings. This timeless tale of coming home to a mother's love will ring true with explorers of all ages. Reviews“Apple’s full-bleed colored-pencil illustrations add appropriate warmth and gentleness to Mraz’s fable…”—Kirkus Reviews
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