Goodbye to Grandpa Geezer Goose

Goodbye to Grandpa Geezer Goose

by Mary Ellen Lucas
Goodbye to Grandpa Geezer Goose

Goodbye to Grandpa Geezer Goose

by Mary Ellen Lucas


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Life Continues on Little Puddle Pond!

Grandpa Geezer Goose, affectionately called Grampy, was the oldest goose on Little Puddle Pond. Grampy, a legendary storyteller, knew every goose and gosling on the pond and was loved by all.

Grampy displayed his zest for fun when he taught the goslings how to do a soaring-swirling-somersault dive into a gigantic pile of leaves! Harry Honker and Professor Foray were impressed by Grampy's gusto, especially for a goose his age!

As autumn days grew colder, the flock learned of Grampy's terrible tuckered-out tiredness. Everyone pitched in to help their beloved Grampy.

Meanwhile, Grampy groomed Mother Goose to become the pond's new storyteller. Grampy made a promise to watch over Little Puddle Pond after he was gone and to send a sign meant to lighten their hearts.

Favorite stories about Grampy are still told today, for the flock will never forget Grampy and how he was always young at heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945026898
Publisher: Owlet Books
Publication date: 09/22/2021
Series: Life on Little Puddle Pond , #3
Pages: 56
Sales rank: 1,130,443
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.15(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Mary Ellen Lucas is an Interfaith / Interspiritual Minister. She resides in Northeast Ohio with a backyard view of a pond where she observes the Canadian geese she writes about. Their silly antics inspired her children's book series Life on Little Puddle Pond. Her stories are full of fun as well as gently addressing many relevant themes. This is her third book in the series which subtly portrays her belief in life after death and how there is an ongoing connection with loved ones even after they die. She believes our loved ones send us signs in order for us to know that love lives on and never truly dies.
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