Tuesday, August 11, 2020

The Mountain and The Goat by Siamak Taghaddos



The Mountain and The Goat by Siamak Taghaddos from Poetti. Growing up, my father taught me an old Persian poem that had a profound impact on my life. It taught me to seize the opportunities that life throws at us and to always be resourceful. It inspired me to write this story to plant the seed of entrepreneurship and take-action mentality in children, and to help them understand that it’s every day, small actions that lead to bigger and better results.


What do you do when a singing goat gives you some bread and water? Follow along as ingenuity turns a small gift into something marvelous. Beautifully illustrated, The Mountain and The Goat starts with a chance encounter with a singing goat that takes the reader on a journey of bartering and decision-making and ends with an afternoon nap.
My Opinion:  This book does teach kids how to barter and trade things for other items and ends with something his dad needed and family. It was nicely illustrated and simple to understand.

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