Flightless Goose is a children’s book written by Eric D. Goodman and beautifully illustrated by Nataliya A. Goodman. Flightless Goose is based on a real goose which lived on a lake in Columbus, Ohio.

Gilbert the goose loves to play with the other geese and even made friends with Johnny who always brought the freshest bread for the geese. While playing one day with his friends, he was hit by a car and was told by Dr Fouler the goose that he would no longer be able to fly.

Due to Gilbert’s accident he was unable to fly with his friends to the South for the winter, and Gilbert is left behind. There is a whole lot more to this story. In this book there is something to learn and would recommend this book to any parent. This book also comes with a Read-a-long CD. To order a copy of this book visit http://www.flightlessgoose.com/

Reading level: Ages 4-8
Full color Hardcover: $15.95
Page: 48 pages

In celebration of his book, Gilbert says “Be you….and that’s okay!” and is giving away 2 Free Gifts with the purchase of Flightless Goose! Visit http://www.flightlessgoose.com/parents

This book was given to me free to review by The Writer’s Lair Books.

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