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Goose On The Loose by Jacqueline Rogers
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When Mrs. Miller's class goes outside, they notice a baby goose that has been separated from its mother. The class tries to stand as still as possible so that they won't disrupt the reunion between goose and gosling.

Because it's meant for beginning readers, the sentences in this book are very short and simple, containing relatively easy words to decode. The illustrations are there to show what is in the text and provide additional clues to help young readers. Therefore, this isn't the most complex literary or artistic endeavor. Nevertheless, this is a cute book that will resonate with young readers because most of it is everyday stuff - cleaning up centers at school, going outside for recess, drawing together, etc. And, the story of the goose is just the kind of real-life event that excites young children when it happens to them. In fact, I read this book with my toddler class because they've been so excited about the geese we've been seeing outside our classroom window. ( )
  sweetiegherkin | Mar 1, 2014 |
  hse | Apr 11, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439725011, Paperback)

A Level 1 reader about a funny school-yard adventure.

In the school yard, a mother goose and her baby are separated by a boisterous class of first graders. John and Ben want to help the baby get back to its mother. But the only way they can help is if they are very quiet and very still--not an easy task for Mrs. Miller's lively class!

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Can Mrs. Miller's class help a baby goose get back to its mother?

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