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Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
July 15, 2020

This week on Vater Goose we review Love Your Forever by Robert Munsch, the tale of the ultimate helicopter parent. Creepy or endearing? You decide. Listen to… Read more

Part 2 – That’s What Dinosaurs Do by Jory John
July 01, 2020

This week we’re remote again and we finish the review of That’s What Dinosaurs Do by Jory John, since Pete didn’t actually read it last time. This… Read more

This Is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen
June 15, 2020

This book is not what you think it’s about. We promise you. This week we change it up a bit. Pete goes into the review blind and… Read more

Corduroy by Don Freeman
June 01, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review Corduroy by Don Freeman. Corduroy offers up lessons in not judging a book by its cover, how to haggle for… Read more

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney
May 15, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney. Is this book a warmhearted tale about two nutbrown hares comparing… Read more

Part 1 – That’s What Dinosaurs Do by Jory John
April 15, 2020

The state of the world is a mess and we’ve had issues recording new episodes thanks to #socialdistancing. But we figured out a virtual solution which is… Read more

The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter
March 15, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. This board book is a condescend version of the much longer original.… Read more

The Scruffy Puppy by Wendy Ravenhill
March 01, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review The Scruffy Puppy by Wendy Ravenhill. This short board book about a war-torn stuffed animal covers off on topics like… Read more

Huggy Kissy by Leslie Patricelli
February 15, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review Huggy Kissy by Leslie Patricelli. One would think a book about hugs and kisses is purely innocent, but this book… Read more

Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
February 01, 2020

This week on Vater Goose, we review the beloved classic Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendack. Why is little Max such a big dick? We… Read more