A bird’s-eye-view above Little Puddle Pond allows a peek into Nellie and Willie’s world. There they can be found on opposite ends of the pond as far apart from each other as possible. Nellie and Willie spend each day on guard to protect their territory and do not hesitate to ruffle each other’s feathers.
One day, Nellie and Willie must make a decision. Their friend, Bruce the Goose, is in a sticky situation and needs help. Can Nellie and Willie set aside their differences to help Bruce the Goose?
What ensues is a brilliant rescue plan which leads to a startling realization as Nellie and Willie come to recognize they are more alike than they knew. Thus, begins a friendship between Nellie and Willie and how they learn to share Little Puddle Pond.
The Day the Goose Squabble Stopped is Book 1 in the Life on Little Puddle Pond series.
Click Here To Read An Excerpt From The Day The Goose Squabble Stopped.
Mary Ellen Lucas is the author of The Day the Goose Squabble Stopped, her first children’s book about the silly yet endearing geese who live on Little Puddle Pond. The Day the Goose Squabble Stopped is the first book in the Life on Little Puddle Pond series.
As an Interfaith / Interspiritual Minister, she believes we can learn to make wiser choices that create pathways of connection and collaboration to ensure a better world for our children. She resides in Northeast Ohio.
Unusually creative word choices and adorable goose illustrations make this book a FUN read! I bought a copy of this adorable goose book for my grandson and plan to include it in his Easter basket. I know he will be delighted. He loves animals and deeply cares about others. I believe he will find the story meaningful and thought provoking. It is a story that speaks to “the child” in all of us. – Donna Allen
In reading The Day the Goose Squabble Stopped I felt transported to the beautiful Little Puddle Pond of my own backyard. Mary Ellen Lucas tells the perfect story of our times in a nurturing, creative and heartwarming way. The characters are endearing, the illustrations are soft and exuberant and the journey through the story is guided so gracefully! I had the feeling of old time story telling. Listening to a tale of love and truth, while being cared for by supportive arms.
I can’t wait to share this, and I look forward to more!
Have you noticed anyone in need of help today?
Little Puddle Pond is a place that notices.
Thank you, Mary Ellen Lucas, Willie, Nellie and dear old Bruce the Goose! – Mary Smyth