Scary stories told at a sleepover give seven-year-old Jodie nightmares about the Goat Woman. Only after a drive and a special picnic in the countryside with her grandmother does Jodie learn that first impressions can be misleading. That night, she dreams about her new friend and a sweet baby goat named Daisy.
|Publisher:||Baylor University Press|
|Product dimensions:||11.00(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 11 Years|
About the Author
Jo Anne Beaty grew up in Camden, Arkansas, and spent lots of time outside exploring the backyard or the nearby woods with her three brothers.The family hadchickens, rabbits, and a horsebut no goat! She taught elementary school for many years.Reading stories and listening to children’s stories were always highlights for her.She enjoys reading stories with her grandchildren.
Joel R. Edwards has been creating art since he was a child. He attributes his desire to draw and paint to his mother, who was always encouraging him from a young age. After selling his first drawings of Spiderman at age fourteen, it seemed clear that, for him, art could be a lifelong pursuit. Joel now lives in Central Texas with his wife and three children, exploring the mysteries of God’s creation and the visual arts.