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Giddy Goat

Average rating
4.4 out of 5
Based on 16 Ratings and 11 Reviews

Book Description
On top of a rocky mountain live a family of goats who make acrobatic leaps over ravines and balance their picnic on top of The Needle. Only Giddy Goat, the youngest of the kids, has no head for heights. Stand him on a ridge and his knees turn to jelly and his head starts spinning. But when Giddy finds a lost lamb called Edmund trembling on a narrow ledge, he is determined to find the fearless goat... More
Book Information
PublisherOrchard Books
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages32
Publication Date04/24/2003
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About Jamie Rix (Author) : Jamie Rix is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Jamie Rix include The War Diaries of Alistair Fury: Summer Helliday (Unabridged), The War Di... more
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About Lynne Chapman (Illustrator) : I am a children’s book illustrator, born in London, but living in Sheffield for 20 years now. I have around 30 published books, mostly picture books, one of which I also wrote. I am currently workin... more
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5/10/2009 Lynne Chapman said: Poor Giddy - fancy having a phobia about heights when you are a mountain goat! Don't worry - he not only conquers his fear but makes a new best friend, when he has to rescue a little lamb stuck on the mountain.
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