I thought this was such a cute children’s book! The illustrations were bright and colorful, and the story was so much fun.
The Goose on the Roof is about a little girl with a problem to solve. The problem is the goose that won’t stop honking on her roof! She is offered help by quite a few friends such as a dog, a flea, and so many other things, but it’s not until her father steps in that she is able to truly fix the problem.
The story was easy to read, and the kids really enjoyed following along. I liked that we were introduced to a lot of potential solutions that didn’t end up working out. It’s a good story about trying again, and not giving up.
The illustrations created by Martina Terzi were really great. I liked the bright, vibrant colors, and the detailed artwork on each page! The kids enjoyed looking at everything as we turned from one page to the next.
Overall, this is a fun story for children with an easy to understand story. I highly recommend it!
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend The Goose on the Roof for any child preschool to middle-elementary!
Where to Find This Book:
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When one little girl tries to solve a big problem involving a goose on her roof, she enlists the help of her animal friends. Despite her best efforts, things don’t go as planned, and she ends up with additional challenges to navigate as well.
Just the Facts:
The Goose on the Roof by Sarah Sommer
Page Count: 40 pages
Publisher: Sarah Sommer
Pub Date: January 25, 2020
Sarah Sommer enjoys working with words in a way that makes the story feel musical and rhythmical, which is a reflection of her first career in music as a professional clarinetist. She is passionate about animals and enjoys nature, the arts, and dark chocolate.
I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my honest review voluntarily.