Louie's Goose

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Rosie is Louie's goose. Rosie goes everywhere with him. To the beach and out for ice cream -- wherever Louie goes, Rosie goes, too. But a much-loved goose won't stay new forever. Fortunately, Mom and Dad help to keep Rosie in good shape. One day Rosie gets caught in a wave and swept out to sea. Eventually she washes ashore a bit worse for wear, and even Mom and Dad fear that she will never be the same goose again. But Louie surprises even himself when he finds a way to help his special friend.

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I thought that this was a cute book that younger readers at the preschool level would enjoy. This is because it is about a young boy who takes his stuffed animal everywhere and he makes his stuffed ... Read full review

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Bolam was born and raised in the English countryside. She studied Illustrations at Brighton College of Art and is the illustrator of many popular books for children, including Murphy Meets the Treadmill, Louie's Goose, Clara Ann Cookie, and I Swapped My Dog, also a big fan of swapping, hopes to make at least one good swap this year. She makes her home in England.

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