Critical Analysis of "Goose's Story"
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The paper provides a critical analysis of "Goose's Story" by Cari Best and Holly Meade in order to provide a literary insight into how children should learn about injured wildlife. The paper shows how the story provides detailed dialogues that can help both parents and their children understand the proper way to treat animals that are injured in the wild. However, the paper argues that the book clearly reads more like an instruction or teaching manual that the publishers wanted to see in too narrow a market specific category, making the characters typical and one-dimensional.
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