The Wawa Goose monument has stood in silence beside the Trans-Canada Highway for almost fifty years. Well, I figured it was time he woke up and had a life...and he is a he...I checked. (I asked his mother.) So I wrote this book, for young and old alike. In it, the Wawa Goose monument transforms, comes to life and takes flight, re-uniting with his parents and then joining his many friends at Fort Friendship. Book Cover - Wawa Goose
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If you wish to purchase one of our books using a cheque please send your $15 cheque and mailing address to:

Raymond MacDonnell
P.O. Box 1779
Wawa, Ontario,
P0S 1K0

* US customers please add an extra $1.50 for shipping
* International Customers please contact us for shipping costs.

Watch for future WawaGoose books right here at WawaGoose.com and meet more characters who will become much-loved and well-known.

We've only just begun.

Raymond MacDonnell
Wawa, Northern Ontario
December 4th, 2009

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In The Heart of Canada – The Story of Wawa

History told with humour best describes In The Heart of Canada – The Story of Wawa.  Laugh along with WawaGoose, Annie the Owl, Horace, Vanity and others as they find out what makes Wawa so unique and special in Canada.  This third book in the WawaGoose series takes you around town and through time.  Along the way, you might just find out how Cap’n C. Gull lost his leg.

A portion of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to help pay for a new Wawa Goose monument.

Maggie Doodle- Loony Loons and Crazy Critters Book

Maggie Doodle “Loony Loons & Crazy Critters”

Join Maggie Doodle as she meets some loony loons at Wawa Lake.  Read and laugh along as they dream up some really crazy critters.

 

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WawaGoose – Meeting at Fort Friendship

Come along on this inaugural flight, as WawaGoose lifts off. Join us as Annie the Owl, Jack the Bear and Captain C. Gull make their debut. Read about Clarence the Crow, Henri L’Orignal, Jacques LeLoup and Mabou too. You won’t be disappointed.

Written at a grade 6 or higher reading level, this story will be enjoyed by all ages, from the very young to the very old.