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Duck & Goose Go to the Beach

by Tad Hills

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This book was about two friends that go to the beach. It was fantasy, because animals were talking. They get tired of the meadow they are in, and so they decide to visit the beach. They spend some time there, but end up not liking it. So they go back to the meadow, and are happy again. ( )
  NatalieCJones | Apr 19, 2015 |
Duck and Goose go the beach in this adorable children's book. Duck wants to go the the beach, but unfortunately, Goose does not want to go the beach. But, eventually, Goose gives in. They go on several adventures and see the biggest tree they have ever seen and the biggest hill. On that hill, they finally see the OCEAN!! Once they finally get to the beach, duck decides that he doesn't like the beach. What?! Duck was the one that wanted to go to the beach to begin with. Sure enough, Goose decides that he LOVES the beach! This short book goes through the adventures that Duck and Goose have at the beach and the kind friendship that the two of them share.
Genre: Fantasy
  KaylaAnn715 | Apr 7, 2015 |
This book is about friendship. It is about a duck and a goose who want to go on an adventure. Goose doesn't seem the point of it and doesn't want to go. They then take a hike to the beach and they book love the ocean, sand, etc. This is a good book for young children because maybe they have a best friend and they enjoy going on adventure or doing something with that friend. No matter what you choose to do, more than likely everybody will be happy in the end. Goose wasn't thrilled to go an adventure but when he saw how happy duck was Goose didn't think it was that bad after all. ( )
  emilyann93 | Nov 26, 2014 |
In this delightful story, Duck and Goose are just laying down in a meadow, when all of a sudden Duck decides that he wants to go on an adventure, which leads them to go to the beach, and have a great day. This is a very cute story that can show how fun adventures can be when you are living them with your friends, or people that you are really close to. ( )
  K_Rodriguez | Sep 28, 2014 |
For fans of this series, this next entry will be a welcome addition. Duck and Goose are quite different, and such is the case here where Duck is always up for adventure and Goose isn't. But sometimes there are ironies. ( )
  pataustin | Aug 30, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385372353, Hardcover)

In this delightful follow-up to the New York Times bestselling Duck & Goose and Duck, Duck, Goose, Duck wants to go on an adventure. Goose doesn't. He doesn't see the point. After all, why would they go anywhere when they're happy right where they are? But then Goose sees the ocean and loves it. Who doesn't? Well, Duck, for one!

(retrieved from Amazon Fri, 11 Apr 2014 12:05:24 -0400)

"Duck wants to go on an adventure. Goose doesn't. He doesn't see the point. After all, why would they go anywhere when they're happy right where they are? But then Goose sees the ocean and loves it. Who doesn't? Well, Duck, for one"--

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