FLY AWAY GOOSE by Fen H.- Illus. Lasell

FLY AWAY GOOSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A little girl is sent to fetch a freshly laid goose egg and on the way speculates on what would happen if the egg was left in the nest. The transition to fancy is gradual and logical, as the girl visualizes the hatching of the egg and the growth of a magnificent white gander, friendly only to her, whom she would have to shield from the threats of intruders. By the author/illustrator of Michael Grows a Wish (1962), the wistful wishing of the little girl has a natural flux.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1965
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin