Green Eyed Goose by Lisa Griffin

cover147122-mediumGreen Eyed Goose by Lisa Griffin is a cute story about a goose that isn’t first at anything. He sits around feeling jealous and sorry for himself. After talking to a little bird about being happy where you’re at instead what you are not and working for what you want. The goose’s attitude began to change for the better. What a great story about working hard and being grateful for what you have!

Green Eyed Goose will be a great way to explain jealousy and understanding why we should be thankful for the gifts, talents and attributes we each have instead of coveting what others have. Boone, the duck looks at his siblings and friends and wonders why he doesn’t have what they have or why he isn’t ever first. He soon realizes that he has his own qualities that make him unique and created as he was designed to be.

I received an e-ARC from Boys Town Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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