El Pequeno Ganso Verde: The Little Green Goose MOBI

Mr Goose finds an abandoned egg, hatches it, and raises a peculiar green skinned, long tailed chick, who worries about his identity but comes to recognize that he has a loving parent El Pequeno Ganso Verde: The Little Green Goose


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10 thoughts on “El Pequeno Ganso Verde: The Little Green Goose

  1. says:

    The message in this book is what makes it unique This book helps expose children to a typical families It s an important topic because in today s world many families are untraditional It depicts that no matter the differences you can still be loved and love In this area it scommon to see single mothers, this book exposes children to single fathers and adoption The illustrations are simple, but it matches the story


  2. says:

    The story is about a male goose who wants to be a dad, but no one will give him an egg He asks everyone for an egg but they all deny him, and make him upset He goes into the woods and finds a random egg and takes it It hatches and comes out green and scaled As the green animal gets older he goes to search for his real father, who he doesn t find and realizes that his goose father loves him unconditionally, even if the


  3. says:

    The story is about a male goose who wants to be a dad, but no one will give him an egg He asks everyone for an egg but they all deny him, and make him upset He goes into the woods and finds a random egg and takes it It hatches and comes out green and scaled As the green animal gets older he goes to search for his real father, who he doesn t find and realizes that his goose father loves him unconditionally, even if they a


  4. says:

    In 1999, North South books published this story with illustrations by Alan Marks Now it has been re released with new art This is the story of a goose who desperately wants to be a father When he approaches the hens and asks for eggs to hatch, they refuse to give him any So he sadly heads to the woods where Daisy the dog points him to an egg she uncovered in her digging Mr Goose takes the egg home and sits on it Eventually,


  5. says:

    I am pleased to post a review of one of the first books I ve read in Spanish It was a bit of a stretch for me, but I was able to read it without a dictionary thanks to the illustrations Ironically, I believe this is a translation of a German book.This is another in the genre of picture books for children in which animals are adopted by other species In this case, a male goose is jealous of the hens, who are able to lay eggs an


  6. says:

    If the Ugly Duckling and Are You My Mother had a baby it would be The Little Green Goose A delightful story about a Goose who dreams of being a father With the help of Daisy the dog he tends to a giant egg and hatches a son.A very sweet story Learning opportunities alternative families specifically related to single fathers and adopted children , acceptance, family bonding If the Ugly Duckling and Are You My Mother had a baby it


  7. says:

    This is a sweet variation on the story of The Ugly Duckling The way in which the Goose adopts and loves the little green lizard is so heart warming This would be an excellent book to talk about how families can look different and be made up of different people The important thing is a family is unconditional love


  8. says:

    Very sweet lovely message about adoptive non biological parents Very nice art, both detailed and clean easy to follow Only complaint it seems like two separate stories merged together Otherwise, totally recommended.


  9. says:

    Star wise, this is probablyof a 3.5 I like the book well enough, but it isn t one that would jump out at me as a favorite However, for families looking for fun yet sensitive stories about adoption where kids don t look like parents, this might be just the thing.


  10. says:

    There are so many things I love about this book It alters the idea of gender roles because the book is about a male goose who wants to be a father Also it deals with issues around adoption and single parent families All in all it s a really sweet story.


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