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Mindi and the goose no one else could see

Published 2021
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"Once there was a girl called Mindi who was afraid of something that no one else could see. This thing that she was afraid of, this thing that no one else could see, was a big goose. It came into her room as quietly as a thought comes into your head. . . . When a little girl named Mindi says she is being visited by a big goose-a scary creature that is visible only to her-her devoted dad and mom try everything they can think of to drive it away. But maybe some outside assistance is warranted from their wise friend Austen, a farmer who knows what is needed to help Mindi turn her mind to something new. In a sensitive exploration of childhood fears, Sam McBratney, the author of Guess How Much I Love You, narrates with charm, wit, and a touch of whimsy, while Linda Ólafsdóttir's delicate illustrations enhance the modern fairy-tale feel in a story that is sure to become a bedtime favorite."--Provided by publisher.

First US edition.
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 28 cm
Target Audience Note:
Ages 3-7.
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