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by Robert Takatch,Sandra J. Philipson
Pages: 49 pages
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher: Chagrin River Publishing Company; 1st edition (December 1, 1999)
Formats: doc mbr doc lrf
FB2 size: 1987 kb | EPUB size: 1260 kb | DJVU size: 1827 kb
Max's Wild Goose Chase book. Sandra J. Philipson, Robert Takatch (Illustrator)
Max's Wild Goose Chase book. Philipson, Robert Takatch (Illustrator). Based on the antics of a real god named Max, Max's Wild Goose Chase is an adventure story set in and around the Chagrin River Valley. Max is an irrepressible Springer Spaniel who is constantly chasing the geese that live along the Chagrin River. Goosie Rough Rock, the goose with a big grudge, plots to get even with Max, but the ending takes an unexpected twist.
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Based on the antics of a real god named Max, Max's Wild Goose Chase is an adventure story set in and around the Chagrin River Valley. by Sandra J. Philipson. Select Format: Hardcover. Select Condition: Like New.
Max's Wild Goose Chase - by Sandra J. Philipson, Robert . The book is beautifully illustrated and is appropriate for Kindergarten through fourth grade. Philipson, Robert Takatch PDF version. 1495 downloads at 19 mb/s. The back pages of the book contain fun questions and writing prompts so children can practice writing and create their own stories.
Will Ahhh, the wild-goose chase! Take care when you race that way young Robert, we don't want to spoil those good . Will Dear daughter, a wild-goose chase is indeed a kind of horse race.
Will Ahhh, the wild-goose chase! Take care when you race that way young Robert, we don't want to spoil those good looks of your. aughter Why is it called a wild-goose chase? It's a horse race! They're not chasing geese! Will Dear daughter, a wild-goose chase is indeed a kind of horse race. The riders have to follow one horse, keeping up with him wherever he goes, just as wild geese follow the leader when they fly. Daughter Ohhh.
I met Sandra J. Philipson and Robert Takatch at a book signing in Ohio around 10 years ago in Ohio (I have my own signed copy). Sandra Phillipson (the author) chose the self-publishing route mainly because she wanted Robert Takatch (the illustrator) to illustrate it, and she was afraid if she went through a publisher, she would lose that option.
The Wild Goose Chase is a late Jacobean stage play, a comedy written by John Fletcher, first performed in 1621. It is often classed among Fletcher's most effective and best-constructed plays; Edmund Gosse called it "one of the brightest and most coherent of Fletcher's comedies, a play which it is impossible to read and not be in a good humour. The drama's wit, sparkle, and urbanity anticipated and influenced the Restoration comedy of the later decades of the seventeenth century.