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The Wild Goose Flies is in my memory as the title but that doesn’t bring up anything relevant when I search. The book was published in the 1960’s. The boy made a pen for the goose and nursed it back to health. He noticed her missing the other geese when they flew over, so he realized he couldn’t keep her any longer. Beautifully illustrated. A quietly moving book.

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    Welcome to Literature Stack Exchange, take our tour! Please look through the identification-request wiki and, if any of the prompts there jog your memory, please edit this question. For example, what style were the illustrations (Color, pen-and-ink, sketches; catoony or realistic; etc.)? Where was the book from? How large was it (length, cover area)? Was it hardcover or softcover or a board book? Any detail may help.
    – bobble
    May 26 at 18:36
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    The Snow Goose by Paul Gallico? I feel like you would have mentioned the hunchback. May 26 at 20:05

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