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The Goat that Ate the Remote

ISBN: 9781643439778
Binding: Hardcover
Author: Eunice Hafemeister
Illustrator: Alicia Schwab
Pages: 32
Trim: 8.5 x 11 inches
Published: 01/10/2024

Gertie the goat usually loves playing with the children, but she's not feeling well. The children bring her indoors to rest while they watch TV. But why are the channels changing by themselves?

Besides having fun, goats can survive in challenging environments, providing nutritious milk and cheese for children and their families. A portion of the proceeds from this book will go to donate goats to families who need them. Written by a beloved preschool teacher, the gentle humor of this sweet story will appeal to parents and children alike.


Eunice Pera Hafemeister grew up with twelve siblings on the North Dakota prairie, where she learned about the ways of goats. She began teaching in one-room school- houses, and later taught Head Start for many years. She always loved reading and telling stories to children.

Alicia Schwab grew up in southern Wisconsin with a motley assortment of pets (including a toucan). She spent all her free time climbing trees, building forts, and drawing with her two siblings. She's illustrated many books, including: The Mukluk Ball, Unicycle Dad, LITE: The High Treason Incident, and The Forgotten Doorway