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DATE: November 10, 2009



International Gallery Event and Formal Charity Ball Offer Two Ways to

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Help Charities and Get Your Goose

With the holidays approaching, many people are already making their gift purchases. If you have a child on your holiday gift list, or someone who is young-at-heart, why not give them something special: an autographed, personally inscribed copy of Flightless Goose?

Flightless Goose is a full-color, hardcover story book for children. The book teaches important lessons about dealing with challenges, focusing on positive strengths, and treating others with respect and dignity. It's fun for children and educates as it entertains.

The book has been compared to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and The Ugly Duckling in that it is a classic "underdog story" about a goose who is made fun of as a misfit, but who ends up gaining the respect of peers in the end. A portion of the proceeds will help provide warm sleepwear and nurturing books to children in need through a partnership with The Pajama Project, endorsed by Oprah and Parenting Magazine.

It has been featured on the front page of the Baltimore Messenger and Towson Times and also in such periodicals as the Baltimore Sun, Los Angeles Times, Abilities Magazine, Acreage Magazine, The Potomac, The Hearing Review, Agri Digest, Automotive Industry Magazine, Pen In Hand, and Diversity Rules. The book was also featured at last year's Festival of Trees and this year's BookExpo America.

Flightless Goose is available in book stores, at, and at, where you can see some of the illustrations and read more about the book.

But there are more interesting ways to get your goose. Here are two:

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Sunday, November 15 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Watermark Gallery

Author Eric D. Goodman and illustrator Nataliya A Goodman are featured as part of this multi-cultural art event at the Watermark Gallery. The event features original artwork of local, national, and international artists including the Watermark's resident artist, Manzar, up-and-coming artists from MICA, and a sampling of international art from around the world -- including paintings, sketches, jewelry, ceramics , wearable arts, fiber arts and, of course, childrens' book art. Eric and Nataliya will be selling and signing copies of Flightless Goose at this event. Stop by for a free sampling of international cuisine, wine, art, and a chance to get your goose. The event is free and open to the public.

The Watermark Galleryis located in the Bank of America CenterSkywalk Level, right across from the Inner Harbor, at100 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland. The phone number is(410) 547-0452.

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