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Bandy is now available. $12.95
Click here to purchase a copy.


Here is what some people are saying about it...

  • "Bandy is a testament to the power of love, faith, and friendship and is a great read for animal lovers and children alike. This is a delightful, heartwarming story that will leave you pondering your own reactions to the trials and tribulations of life. Three honks for Bandy!"
    - KAT ALBRECHT, author of The Lost Pet Chronicles:
          Adventures of a K-9 Cop Turned Pet Detective

  • "Bandy's story is remarkable. The friendship that develops between an injured Canada goose and the generous woman who rescues him makes for a tale of mutual trust and courage. Marcia Martin has written a highly entertaining book that every animal enthusiast will love." - BOB TARTE, author of "Enslaved By Ducks"

  • "In stark contrast to human strife and the tragic events of our present world, Bandy is a wonderful story of love and compassion. It teaches important lessons about life and true happiness."
           - JAMES F. HALL, President Emeritus, Cape Cod Community College

  • "Bet you never expected you'd learn anything from a goose! Here's your opportunity. It is a simple tale, but I found myself thinking back on it day after day and remembering something new each time."
           - C. Everett Koop, MD, ScD, former Surgeon General of the United States


Bandy is now the Featured Book at Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary

And is the Recommended Reading in their June Newsletter

Marcia was Duncan Strauss' Guest
on "Talking Animals" - KUCI radio from Irvine, California


To see more pictures and read the latest about Bandy, use the quick links at left.
Plus, we have added a 30 second quicktime film
   that shows Bandy's walk - Click Here

The Cape Codder has reviewed Marcia's book!

The Cape Cod Times has reviewed Marcia's book!

Read about Bandy in "The Little Goose that Could"
   by Stephanie Foster of the Cape Codder.
"The Little Goose that Could" appeared in the Cape Codder,
   The Harwich Oracle, and the Register in April of 2004.