Is Goose on the menu for your Thanksgiving activities? It should be!
Gilbert encourages parents to read Flightless Goose to their kids this Thanksgiving. But Gilbert offers so much more than great entertainment, a fun story, and lessons about self-worth, bullying, tolerance, being different, and focusing on positive strengths.
Gilbert wants you to enjoy Flightless Goose so much that he’s throwing in two free gifts for any orders: a coloring set, and an audio read-a-long CD with music and special effects to make reading the book even more exciting.
Also, Gilbert loves to play and he invites you to his new website, www.Flightlessgoose.com, where you can interact with him, watch animation, listen to music and sound effects, and share your own favorite activities with Gilbert.
There are a number of ways to get your goose in time for Thanksgiving.
Visit a local book store. If they don’t have it on the shelves, they should—ask for it by name!
Go to www.Amazon.com where you can take advantage of free super saver shipping if you order two copies (or pair it with another). You can also read customer reviews, or leave one of your own once you’ve read the book.
Visit the official website at www.RunGoose.com. There, you can read about the book, see some sample illustrations, and find out what reviewers have had to say about the book. You can order the book directly from the website and receive an inscribed, autographed copy postage-free! We’ll even include a free gift: your choice of a DVD or CD read-a-long.
Visit the blog, www.flightlessgoose.blogspot.com, where you can learn about readings, events, and news surrounding Flightless Goose.
Or explore the new interactive website that kids love best, www.FlightlessGoose.com, where you can play games, watch animations, listen to music, answer questions, print page to color, and order the book. When you order through the new website, the publisher will offer two free gifts: a Crayola coloring set and an audio CD read-a-long.
So this Thanksgiving Day, eat your turkey, but read your goose!
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