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Once Upon a Goat de Dan Richards
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Once Upon a Goat (edição: 2019)

de Dan Richards (Autor), Eric Barclay (Ilustrador)

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Once upon a time, a very prim and proper king and queen begged their fairy godmother for a child. They'd prefer a boy, with glowing skin, bright eyes, and two roses for lips . . . but any kid will do. When they find themselves gifted with a baby goat (also known as a kid) instead, they can't imaginehow he'll fit into their lives. But of course, it isn't long before he's part of the royal family. Readers will delight in this story's hilarity, confusion, and celebration of families that come in every shape and size.… (mais)
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Título:Once Upon a Goat
Autores:Dan Richards (Autor)
Outros autores:Eric Barclay (Ilustrador)
Informação:Knopf Books for Young Readers (2019), 40 pages
Coleções:Picture Books
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Etiquetas:fantasy, fairy godmothers, family, fur babies, goats, children, pets, kings, queens, royalty, kingdoms, fairy tales, humor, mix up

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Once Upon a Goat de Dan Richards

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So adorable and, well, real. Because, let's be honest, we all know someone who wanted a little baby but didn't really want the mess, the stink, or the trouble that inevitably comes with the best... goats. ;)

But this was charming and fun, right from the minute I tried to turn the first page and couldn't. Well worth the read. ( )
  OutOfTheBestBooks | Sep 24, 2021 |
this book is cute. i like the pictures, and i also like the amount of text on each page. i would not use this in an academic way, but i think it would be fun for the kids to read on their own or read aloud style.
  Graceerskine | Feb 28, 2020 |
*I received a copy from the publisher. This does not affect my review.*

I wasn't sure what to think about this one when I started, but quickly found it endearing and a quick and enjoyable read. I liked the messages of adoption, acceptance, and what it means to be a family, and to be happy. ( )
  Shadow494 | Jan 10, 2020 |
A king and a queen wish for a baby and are surprised when their fairy godmother leaves them a goat instead.

This book is adorably funny. I could easily see elementary school-age children who have at least some exposure to fairy tales getting a kick out of this one. The ending was unexpectedly touching and sweet, with a message about families coming in all shapes and sizes.

The illustrations are full of tiny details that are fun to spot. The "chewed off" inner cover is a nice touch. ( )
  sweetiegherkin | Oct 8, 2019 |
A king and queen, childless but longing to start a family, ask their Fairy Godmother for help, assuring her that "any kid" will do. When a little goat shows up on their doorstep, they are at first disconcerted, even going so far as to kick the creature out, when it eats the queen's roses. Eventually though, the royal couple comes to value this caprine child. Then the Fairy Godmother turns up again, and it turns out that a mistake was made - the human child was placed with the goats! Is it too late to set things right...?

A sweet original fairy-tale, one whose central story-line rests on the multiple meanings of the word "kid," Once Upon a Goat pairs a lighthearted and amusing story from author Dan Richards with cute artwork from illustrator Eric Barclay. The silly sense of humor hear is sure to please young listeners who enjoy a bit of the absurd, while the fairy-tale structure will draw in children who also enjoy more traditional stories in this vein. After all, there are any number of traditional fairy-tales that feature children even more unusual than this! ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Aug 31, 2019 |
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Once upon a time, a very prim and proper king and queen begged their fairy godmother for a child. They'd prefer a boy, with glowing skin, bright eyes, and two roses for lips . . . but any kid will do. When they find themselves gifted with a baby goat (also known as a kid) instead, they can't imaginehow he'll fit into their lives. But of course, it isn't long before he's part of the royal family. Readers will delight in this story's hilarity, confusion, and celebration of families that come in every shape and size.

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