Synopses & Reviews
In this second book about Gideon, we learn more about his stuffed octopus, Otto, and their important bond. Another charming romp with the latest irrepressible, adorable gosling in the bunch! Now available as a board book that's just perfect for little hands. According to Horn Book,
with its perfectly pitched storytelling and illustrations,
“Every child and parent will feel that Dunrea has written these books for, and about, themselves." Visit www.gossieandfriends.com for games, activities and more!
In this pitch-perfect board book for preschoolers, the little gosling Gideon loses his most prized possession: his stuffed animal, Otto the octopus. Follow this newest gosling in the worldand#160;ofand#160;GossieandFriends as he searches all over the barnyard to find Otto!
and#8220;Every child and parent will feel that Dunrea has written these books for, and about, themselves." --Horn Book
and#160; Gideon has a favorite friend, his toy octopus.and#160; He brings Otto with him everywhere. But one day Otto doesn't stay right where Gideon put him. Gideon must find Otto before day's end!
In this second book about Gideon, we learn more about his sidekick, Otto, and their important bond. Another charming romp with the latest irrepresible, adorableand#160;gosling in the bunch!
In the charming board book from Olivier Dunreaand#39;s Gossie and Friends series, Gemma is the big sister and Gus is the little brother. They both like to explore and Gemma likes to be the leader. But just who is following whom? Look for the companion book, Gus.
In Sheep in a Jeep, the hapless flock goes for a drive in the country... With these muttonheads, a normal outing is sure to turn into a joyous lark. Rhyming text and disarming illustrations make this board book a shear delight!
Beep! Beep! Sheep in a jeep on a hill thatandrsquo;s steep.Sheep in a Jeep is well-loved by the preschool set for its slapstick story of five sheep (in a jeep) and silly sound effectsandmdash;especially when the jeep goes splash and thud in the mud! Nancy Shawandrsquo;s rollicking rhymes are Seuss-snappy, and Margot Appleandrsquo;s appealing pencil illustrations are expressive and hilarious. The sturdy board book is just right for little hands. Shear delight!
Meet Gus, a gosling who likes to be by himself. But when his adventures lead him to a turtleand#39;s nest, heand#39;s in for some unexpected companionship! Now available as a GossieandFriends board book--look for the companion board bookand#160;Gemma and Gus.
Gus loves to be by himself. He explores theand#160;whole barnyard, taking in the world around him all on his own. Until he finds three small eggs. His perfect companions might be inside! How long will they take to hatch?
The latest character to join Olivier Dunrea's growing gaggle of adorable goslingsand#160;has a self-assured independence that preschoolers are sure to identify with!
About the Author
Margot Apple is a freelance illustrator, havingandnbsp;illustrated more than fifty books for childrenandnbsp;while also producing illustrations for "Cricket" and "Ladybug" magazines. She now lives in Shelburn Falls, Massachusetts, with her husband and their pets, a dog and a cat.