On Christmas Eve, Ollie and the other goslings anxiously await the arrival of Father Christmas Goose.
Ruby and Rufus love the water. They play on the pond every day! But what will they do when the pond turns to ice?
Dressed in their costumes, Ollie and his siblings go out on Halloween night and have a scary but fun adventure.
Gideon is a small gosling who likes to play so much that he will not stop to take a nap.
Gemma is a small yellow gosling who likes to lead and her brother is a smaller yellow gosling who likes to follow.
Gossie is a gosling who likes to wear bright red boots every day, no matter what she is doing, and so she is heartbroken the day the boots are missing and she can't find them anywhere.
Gossie and Gertie are best friends and everywhere Gossie goes, Gertie goes too--except when she doesn't, and sometimes that's even better.
BooBoo the gosling likes to eat from morning until night and thinks everything is "good food"--well, almost everything!
Otto the toy octopus goes everywhere with Gideon, a small gosling, but while Gideon is playing with some rabbits Otto falls off the wall on which he was left and makes a new acquaintance.
"Meet Gus, a gosling who likes to be by himself. But when his adventures lead him to a turtle's nest, he's in for some unexpected companionship!"-- Provided by publisher.
Friends Gossie and Gertie are waiting and waiting for Ollie to hatch. They try poking, listening to, even sitting on top of his egg--but Ollie is Ollie and he will decide when it's time to hatch.
Three goslings named Gertie, Gossie, and Ollie have fun stomping around in their bright rubber boots.
"It's Halloween night! Ollie is on the prowl. WIll all the fun be too scary for a young gosling?"--back cover.
A little goose named Peedie tends to forget everything including where to find his lucky red baseball cap.
In this cumulative rhyme, a tiny island in the middle of the sea "just big enough for me and Annie McPhee," rapidly becomes very crowded with increasingly larger groups of animals.
The animals of the North Woods react with excitement as they hear Bear Noel coming to bring them Christmas.
A grandfather is convinced that his rusty, trusty, fifty-year-old tractor will make it through another haying season.