Author Dianne Johnson’s new book “Some Geese They Went A-Walking” is a charming children’s tale following a pair of geese on a pleasant jaunt around town

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Recent release “Some Geese They Went A-Walking” from Page Publishing author Dianne Johnson is a lighthearted story with lilting rhymes and an infectious cadence that will captivate the imaginations of young children.

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Dianne Johnson is a native of Zimbabwe who immigrated to the United States in her mid-twenties and now resides in Southern California, where she has worked as a nanny and enjoys playing the piano, singing, cooking, reading, and writing. She has published her new book “Some Geese They Went A-Walking”: a beautifully illustrated rhyming tale for preschool and elementary-aged readers.

Dianne writes, “Mother Goose and Father Goose have decided to take a walk through their neighborhood. It’s a beautiful day outside, and they want to see their friends Able and Mable, and Pete and Jane.

So come on, boys and girls, put on your rain boots, or your galoshes, and your raincoat, if you have one. Grab your umbrella—that really big one—and bring your mom and dad with you and Grandma and Grandpa. We are about to go a-walking. Who knows, we might even see some of our neighbors!”

Published by Page Publishing, Dianne Johnson’s colorful book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Some Geese They Went A-Walking” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:

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