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The Little Goat by Judy Dunn

The Little Goat

by Judy Dunn

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This book saved my day, and possibly my VERY SANITY. As I was descending into a inky pit of customer-service induced despair, I happened upon "The Little Goat" in a shelving pile, and just like the Grinch, my shriveled heart grew three sizes larger. 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 the 8 year old kid in the book), and then snuggle up to you at night. Who could ask for anything more?

Originally, I said: Oh, how I wish the book cover WAS on hand. It features pretty much the cutest, sassiest little goat ever, chewing on a mouthful of grass. But the book cover has been found! Observe the cute with your own eyes!
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