Olaf's simple life is turned upside-down when the goat he cares for is distracted by a field of sweet-tasting flowers. But help arrives for Olaf – from a very unexpected source...
Based on a global folk tale and adapted by Chip Colquhoun. Read by Erika Sanderson (erikasanderson.com).
Illustration by Erica Terry-Rose.
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