Tales of Brother Goose
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The narrator of the stories is Brother Goose, who is the son of Mother Goose. He incorporates modern life into the old seventeenth century tales.
- Review by Frances Lynn, author of Crushed and Frantic: http://www.franceslynn.org/bookreviews.asp
- Kirkus review: http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/brett-nicholas-moore/tales-of-brother-goose/
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