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Hardie Grant Books
01 March 2019
Children's & Educational; Picture storybooks; Traditional stories (Children's&YA); Humorous stories (Children's&YA)
It starts with one little goat. It ends with one little goat. But what happens in between is a whirlwind of nonsense and fun. International favorites Ursula Dubosarsky and Andrew Joyner make the most of their advanced sense of the ridiculous in this hilarious read-aloud traditional tale, based on a traditional song receited at the close of the Jewish Passover.
By:   Ursula Dubosarsky
Illustrated by:   Andrew Joyner
Imprint:   Hardie Grant Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 275mm,  Width: 225mm, 
ISBN:   9781760503758
ISBN 10:   1760503754
Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 March 2019
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 99 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Andrew Joyner is an Australian illustrator and cartoonist. In 2009 his first picture book was published, The Terrible Plop, written by Ursula Dubosarsky. The book has been shortlisted for many awards (including the CBCA Book of the Year 2010 and the PM's Literary Awards 2010), and has been made into an acclaimed play - Plop! - by South Australia's Windmill Theatre. In 2011, Andrew released his own series of books, All About Boris, a loveable and adventurous warthog. Along with his children's book work, Andrew illustrates regularly for newspapers and magazines, both locally and internationally, and in 2010 he illustrated Your Place or Mine? a cookbook by Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris of Masterchef. He lives in Strathalbyn, South Australia, with his family and nineteen pets.

Reviews for One Little Goat

The duo behind The Terrible Plop returns with a spiky riff on the cumulative song 'Had Gadya.' --Publishers Weekly Guaranteed to see many multiple readings. --Kirkus Reviews starred review of The Terrible Plop The rhythmic narrative begs to be read aloud--viewers will laugh all the way through, turn the book over and begin again. A whole lot of fun! --School Library Journal

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