KÄLLABABY REVIEW: Gayle the Goose Goes Global and Nutty Neighbours

For us parents it can be a challenge to find modern story books that our families can cherish and that teach children to overcome obstacles, all the while highlighting timeless morals. This is why we decided to look right here at the authors in our community.

Here is what Ottawa mom, Lyndsey, and her family have to say about Gayle the Goose Goes Global and Nutty Neighbours by Natasha Peterson.

 

 

I am a Mom of an almost 4 year old and an 8 month old.  To say I have read my fair share of books is an understatement. Being given the opportunity to review two books has been a great experience to me and my family.

Nutty Neighbours was my daughter’s favourite.

She loved seeing a chipmunk in the book (as these are her favourite at our cottage). The relationship that developed between the chipmunk and the squirrel was special to see and nice to watch as they overcome their own obstacles.  The illustrations are very well done and we are happy to add this book to our library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gayle the Goose goes Global– this was personally my favorite of the two. Any book that speaks of Canadian landmarks is a hit for me. My daughter loves the rhyming nature of the book. Found this to be an easy read for my children and the illustrations were very nice.

I would recommend both these books to any child.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The author of Gayle the Goose Goes Global and Nutty Neighbours is Natasha Peterson of Carleton Place, Ontario. She founded Polar Bear Press as a way of sharing her stories and poems with the world. All her books are about animals that share human problems. The stories are all written in rhyme, share a timeless moral, and are good for children aged 4-9 years.

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