Inferences The Golden Goose
By: Uri Shulevitz
By: Shakel Whitaker
Inferences: He wanted a boat that can go by water and land.
After they had eaten the old man said since you have a kind heart, I'll give you good luck.
Inference: That since he we so nice to him unlike his brother he gave him luck.
The innkeeper's daughters saw the goose they each had an irresistible.
Inference: That the innkeepers daughters were broke and needed money.
Inference for picture: They didn't want him to turn in the golden goose.
Inference on picture: He had a tree fall on this leg.