REVIEW Í Goose by Molly Bang

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Changes the day she stumbles off a cliff and discovers she can fly Full color Not the greatest of pictures but I liked the story A goose is born into a woodchuck familybut when the Goose accidentally falls of a cliffhe flaps his wings and flaps his wingsand he learns he can fly A twist on the ugly duckling story

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Goose by Molly Bang

E family of woodchucks But sometimes she feels sad and different But everything I really enjoyed this book because of the way the author illustrator was able to convey the goos s feelings of sadness enjoy within such a short book Within a short amount of time we as readers feel sorry for the goose because it can t fly yet we immediately feel great joy when the goose learned to fly and returns home to her friends and family I also really enjoyed the illustrations of the book The illustrator decided to use different strategies such as various rectangle and suare types o I really enjoyed this book because of the way the author illustrator was able to convey the goos s feelings of sadness enjoy within such a short book Within a short amount of time we as readers feel sorry for the goose because it can t fly yet we immediately feel great joy when the goose learned to fly and returns home to her friends and family I also really enjoyed the illustrations of the book The illustrator decided to use different strategies such as various rectangle and suare types of images in order to make the illustrations stand out The illustrations also appeared very realistic which made the story all theengaging Purpose use in the classroom I think the best use for this book would be in a read aloud setting for young pre K to Kindergarden students because of it s short length and readability It will not bore the students because the pacing of the story is very uick Further I think this book would be a good tool to use to model actions or verbs for the students There are plenty of verbs that have to do with flying and landing and other verbs that have to do with communication such as laughing talking crying etc Since they are beginning to read this type of vocabulary is good for their exposure and introduction to literature Also students will be able to learn good morals from the story such as believing in yourself and accepting that you may be different and uniue but you are a special person and it is a GOOD thing This will be good for young children to here as they may be feeling the pressures of being exposed into social situations for the first time

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Hatched far from the nest the little gosling is loved enormously by her adoptiv Obviously an adoption story But sweet nonetheless not too earnest or didactic And I liked that the ending is natural realistic no pseudo HEA that Goose gets to connect with her birth parents The paintings well they re artistic I could see that some other reviewers didn t care for them but I didMost of all I appreciated the small size the unassuming format It s not all in your face saying Buy me I m an oversize overpriced instant classic Obviously an adoption story But sweet nonetheless not too earnest or didactic And I liked that the ending is natural realistic no pseudo HEA that Goose gets to connect with her birth parents The paintings well they re artistic I could see that some other reviewers didn t care for them but I didMost of all I appreciated the small size the unassuming format It s not all in your face saying Buy me I m an oversize overpriced instant classic


10 thoughts on “Goose by Molly Bang

  1. says:

    Obviously an adoption story But sweet nonetheless not too earnest or didactic And I liked that the ending is natural realistic no pseudo HEA that Goose gets to connect with her birth parents The paintings well they re artistic I could

  2. says:

    Goose needs to get a grip

  3. says:

    An amazing bit of visual storytelling with an unexpected heart warming ending Molly Bang s sense of composition at

  4. says:

    Cute little bookAdopted by woodchucks at birth a baby goose never feels she truly belongs until the day she discovers she c

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book because of the way the author illustrator was able to convey the goos s feelings of s

  6. says:

    My biggest problem with the illustrations of this book was that about half of the pages were broken apart with borders to create either a set of rectangles or smaller suares on the pages Though this was used to set apart differnt sections of the story the inconsistency really made it hard to follow and took away from the flow of the story There was just too many different elements going on within the different pages t

  7. says:

    Not the greatest of pictures but I liked the story A goose is born into a woodchuck familybut when the Goose accidentally falls of a cliffhe flaps his wings and flaps his wingsand he learns he can fly A twist on

  8. says:

    NC790L Kind of a scary adoptive book A young reader stated that it was sad that Goose doesn t get back to her birth mother Her adopted family

  9. says:

    We thought this was ultra cute It s like The Ugly Ducking only the goose is welcomed into his new family Even though he needed to go away for a bit there is a nice happy ending Some really fun pictures

  10. says:

    Notes similar to ugly ducklingformat is awful several small rectangles of art on a tiny page

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