HarperCollins, Jan 2, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
Meet one Grumpy Goat.
He's cranky, he's hungry, and he's never had a friend.
He is making a terrible mess at Sunny Acres Farm, and the other animals just stay away.
He knocks over the pigs' trough, kicks down the garden fence, and eats everything in his path.
Until one special flower stops him in his tracks.
And once Goat opens his eyes, his heart is soon to follow.
See how stopping to smell the flowers really can change everything.
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Review: Grumpy GoatUser Review - Beth Ann - Goodreads
I love goats. I love dandelions. I love Brett Helquist. This darling picture book is the triple threat! Even Count Olaf wouldn't stand a chance against this sunny, funny story! I run the early ... Read full review
Review: Grumpy GoatUser Review - Amy Musser - Goodreads
Goat was grumpy. None of the other animals could cheer him up. Ever. That's how grumpy he was. Goat had never had a friend and he didn't like to share. And did I mention he was grumpy? But everything ... Read full review