Merry Christmas, Ollie (Reader)-9780544553958

Merry Christmas, Ollie (Reader)

by Olivier Dunrea
$12.99
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Full of adorable humor, snowy illustrations, and irresistible charm, this holiday story of Gossie and friends is now a Level 1 Green Light Reader. Those just learning to read independently will identify with Ollie's impatience in waiting for Christmas to finally come. This edition features a free read-along audio download, making it the perfect gift for beginning readers. 

 

 


  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780544553958
  • ISBN-10: 0544553950
  • Pages: 32
  • Publication Date: 09/15/2015
  • Carton Quantity: 50

About the book

It's Christmas Eve. Gossie and Gertie hang their bright colored boots, while Peedie and BooBoo hang their striped stockings in the barn. Ollie stomps through the snow. It's not easy to wait for Father Christmas Goose! 

 

Full of adorable humor, snowy illustrations, and irresistible charm, this holiday story of Gossie and friends is now a Level 1 Green Light Reader. Those just learning to read independently will identify with Ollie's impatience in waiting for Christmas to finally come. This edition features a free read-along audio download. The perfect gift for beginning readers.

 

About the author
Olivier Dunrea

Olivier Dunrea is the creator of beautiful and well-loved children’s books. A painter and a sculptor, his work centers around farms, animals, architecture, and folklore. He lives in the tiny village of Narrowsburg, New York, in the Catskill Mountains.

Reviews

"...the focus on Ollie’s childlike anticipation is right on target. Dunrea’s graceful ink drawings and beautiful washes offer an appealing alternative to more complex, but less satisfying Christmas picture books." October 15, 2008 Booklist, ALA

"Remaining true to his uncomplicated watercolor style, Dunrea maintains an element of charm to Ollie’s waiting, depicting his impatience as sweet and subdued, rather than manic and obsessed. Parents and children will immediately relate to this youngster’s excitement." October, 2008 School Library Journal