Corina lives with her grandparents in Shepody Bay. One day close to Christmas, a big storm blows in an injured Canada goose. Corina immediately warms to the bird and wants to nurse it back to health, but her grumpy grandfather wants to cook the goose for Christmas dinner. The bird gets up to all kinds of mischief--spooking the cows while Granddad is milking them, sabotaging Christmas decorations, and eating all of Grandma's pies. Can Corina keep the cheeky bird safe from her curmudgeonly grandfather?
Award-winning author Jennifer McGrath Kent's story and Ivan Murphy's humorous and energetic illustrations combine to make this a charming Christmas tale.
About the authors
Jennifer McGrath is a professional writer and awardwinning children's author from Moncton, New Brunswick. Her two Middle Grade adventure books, Chocolate River Rescue and White Cave Escape, are popular with teachers and students alike. Jennifer is known for her enthusiastic storytelling style, her fascination with fairytales, and her fondness for sparkly things. She loves animals (especially dogs and ponies), the outdoors, and curling up in front of the fire with a good book.
Ivan Murphy's work has appeared in adult and children's fiction and non-fiction books as well as in publications for Symphony Nova Scotia, Canada Post, and the Atlantic Film Festival. He lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.