Follow the Goose Butt to Prince Edward Island

Colleen Landry, Beth Weatherbee, Odette Barr,

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ISBN: 9781773661421

Follow the Goose Butt to Prince Edward Island

  Author:   Colleen Landry, Beth Weatherbee, Odette Barr,  
  Publisher:  Acorn Press

“This is Aviator 123…Prepare for landing!”

The loveable young Canada goose, Camelia Airheart, is back again for another comical adventure! While attending the Gathering of the Geese in New Brunswick, Camelia takes off on an unexpected side trip and flies over the Confederation Bridge to the red sands of Prince Edward Island. Although she loves to fly, Camelia is easily distracted and has difficulty navigating with a faulty GPS?goose positioning system. She also has trouble with her landings. Camelia gets lost (a lot!) and relies on new friends she meets on her travels to help find her way. Whether it is golfing with Gilbert, the great blue heron, discovering sands that sing with Josie, the jellyfish, or causing chaos at Green Gables, Camelia has an exciting and eventful time following the Island’s coastline. She even learns important life lessons along the way.

Will Camelia be able to find her way around the Island and get back to her flock? Is her GPS as faulty as she has always believed?

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781773661421
Item AC0229
PublisherAcorn Press
PublisherAcorn Press
Published on June 5 2024
Language ENG
Pages 64
Format Paperback
Dimensions8(in) x 5.5(in)
Shipping weight133(g)

Colleen Landry (author) is a teacher in New Brunswick's Anglophone School District-East.

Colleen has authored several articles, which have appeared in Canadian Living, The Globe and Mail and The Irish Times. Her humour blog, One Hot-Flashin' Mama focuses on menopause and family life in the Maritimes. Her humour book, Miss Nackawic Meets Midlife, was released in June 2018.

Beth Weatherbee (author) is a teacher in New Brunswick's Anglophone School District-East.

Beth has a broad background in both music and drama; she has performed and volunteered for many years with Showcase Productions (Amherst, NS). Her first book, Bedda-bye Maritime Rhyme, was published in 2015 by Born to Read NB. Beth also wrote the music for the Branta Bog Ballad and the Crack Corn Rap! Beth's latest picture book, Maritime Melange, was released in May 2018.

Odette Barr (author/illustrator) is a teacher in New Brunswick's Anglophone School District-East.

Odette has illustrated a number of nature-themed guidebooks for Fundy National Park. Her passion and inspiration for her writing and art comes from her love of nature and the environment. She worked for many years as an interpretive naturalist for Environment Canada before turning to teaching in the traditional indoor classroom. Odette spent 10 years teaching Inuit students in Nunavut.