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Mindi and the Goose No One Else Could See (edição 2021)

por Sam McBratney (Autor)

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Título:Mindi and the Goose No One Else Could See
Autores:Sam McBratney (Autor)
Informação:Candlewick (2021), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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A very sweet story about a common fear in children. Little Mindi is afraid of a goose which haunts her room at night. Dad takes her to a wise farmer who trades the goose for a goat. The illustrations were done in mixed media and lend another level of sweetness to the book.
  FamilyResourceCenter | May 12, 2021 |
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I read this regularly with my three year old daughter - she loves the characters and the artwork. She especially loves the goat and the idea of giving a goat apricots, which she acts out during play time. Clearly the book has made an impression. I do feel like a lot of the story is more aimed at the parents and their dilemma of solving the little girl's problem with an imaginary (scary) goose, rather than keeping the child at the center of the story. The book has wonderful elements which would work just a little bit better in a more kid-centered narrative. ( )
  ekrst | May 3, 2021 |
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A fun book that my three-year-old daughter has already added into her regular rotation. The artwork is beautiful, and the story is a simple and fun one, with just a hint of magic. Particularly good for children that may have imaginary fears of their own! ( )
  shabacus | Apr 19, 2021 |
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I loved this book — the story, the characters, and the illustrations. Someone said what is the message or lesson the author is trying to tell us - do all books have to have a message or a lesson, why can’t some just be a nice story. Maybe this is just a nice story -- or maybe there is a message here.

Some were worried children wouldn't know the difference between imaginary and real. In each of the pictures where Mindi is afraid, there is something there in her room that could make a shadow of a goose. That could be pointed out to children to show that very real fears can be explained.

Mindi met 2 geese when she went to see Mr. Austen and his animals, and she was not afraid of them. At the end of the book, there is now 3 geese, but the third goose is not the scary goose Mindi thought she saw. The other 2 geese had a baby that was “thriving” as it says in the book. Explain thriving means growing very well and the baby grew so well, it’s as big as the parents now. The lesson of the book, if you have to have one, could be that there is an explanation for our fears even when they seem so real. ( )
  GRavan | Apr 16, 2021 |
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I received this book as an "Early Reviewer" to provide a review of this book.

I work in a public library doing storytimes, so I go through a lot of picture books. There is a transformation going on right now in picture book world, but I was glad to see this was still going to be just a nice story to share with children. I really enjoyed the illustrations and the story....until the last couple of pages.

At my age (I'm not young anymore :( ), I'm usually able to figure out children's books, but this one left me thinking, "Huh?" At first, I thought, What is the lesson the author wants us to have learned? Then I went to ask what is the moral of the story? and finally I tried looking at other reviews to see if anyone else could tell me. What i See is other adults having the same question.

The back jacket flap indicates The author passed away in 2020. We can't ask him, so I'm wondering if I'll ever be able to find out what he was thinking. It's a book for younger children, so I'm not sure what some would think....I don't want them to get confused by imaginary vs. reality, at least anymore confused than they already can be. ( )
  lesadierking | Apr 15, 2021 |
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