Read Billy Whiskers: The Autobiography of a Goat by Frances Trego Montgomery Online


A favorite of children since the early 20th century, here are the escapades of that  mischievous goat, Billy Whiskers. This is a book that children never tire of reading or hearing! All the original familiar illustrations by W. H. Fry are included: 3 color plates, 21 black-and-white drawings....

Title : Billy Whiskers: The Autobiography of a Goat
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ISBN : 9780486223452
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 259 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Billy Whiskers: The Autobiography of a Goat Reviews

  • Heidi
    2019-01-15 20:47

    HILARIOUS! If you have goats or love goats or even if you despise goats, you must read this book. My daughter (9 yo) reads parts of it over and over and can never keep a straight face. What an accurate portrayal of goat mischief!

  • Dane Peterson
    2019-01-10 03:32

    Oh that Billy Whiskers!I'm afraid if I don't give it five stars, Billy might ram down my door and hook me just like he did to about the half the characters in the book. I'm not saying those guys didn't deserve it, but...

  • Jessica
    2019-01-10 22:46

    Doesn't hold up very well over time. Feels very "and then, and then, and then" when really its just the same old scenario that Billy keeps getting into again and again. Might be good to read aloud to young listeners as individual stories but not presented as a chapter book. Definitely some silly stuff youngsters will enjoy but overall just feels way to long. Would really be more fun re-printed as a picture book.

  • Peggy
    2018-12-27 01:01

    This is a really cute book, highly enjoyable, especially for goat lovers. Each chapter is a short story in itself that stands alone for a quick read, perhaps a bedtime story. Although seemingly directed at children, it holds charm and old-fashioned quaint ways and illustrations that will delight adults as well.

  • Mhwenglinsky
    2019-01-17 22:59

    I had a few of these books as a child (I think my father had had them as a boy in the 20's) and thought that they were hilarious. My son (8) thinks they're a hoot, too.