A gaggle of geese: the collective names of the animal kingdom

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Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 29 pages
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An amusing introduction to an aspect of the English language reveals the colorful and descriptive nouns used to refer to various groups of animals, from a mob of kangaroos to a crash of rhinoceri.

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A GAGGLE OF GEESE

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Other books have used the theme of collective nouns for animals; this one features a rhyming text—``A leap of leopards jumping/A colony of ants following/A crash of rhinos thumping/A pod of hippos ... Read full review

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Browne was born and has lived in Zimbabwe for most of her life. She graduated in Fine Art in 1984 and has exhibited regularly in Harare and the UK.

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