Meet the Characters:

Q&A with Molly the Goose

30th October 2017

Molly lives at 12 Cracklewell Close and is a best friend of Emily Crackle and (despite not have any fur) is one quarter of the ‘Famous Fur’. A group of pets consisting of Molly, Montague, Paul and Sausage. She loves cabbage, swimming and flying long distances.

How do you spend your spare time?

I’ve started to fly long distances. I’m very happy and would never leave Emily or the gang, but the idea of migration has started to fascinate me. I’ll spend ages reading maps and have even started learning French in preparation for a trip I’m planning in January. When I was a little a gosling I dreamt about seeing the Eiffel Tower.

What’s the worst thing anyone has said to you?

Recently I was called a crow. I was covered in soot. It’s a long story. I don’t have anything against crows and have even spoken to the one that comes into the garden a few times. We chatted about worms and seeds. He likes worms. Anyway, I love my beautiful, white feathers – that’s why being called a crow upset me. But it doesn’t mean I don’t like crows.

If you could change one thing about your appearance, what would it be?

Nothing! Like I said, I love my feathers. I love my long neck. My wings. My big bill… I love myself. Someone said to me once, ‘love yourself or no one else will.’ Well I do love myself. And so does everyone else.

Tell us a Christmas joke…

I’m terrible at jokes and not very funny. Although I gave Montague a ‘mobile bone’ for Christmas, which made me laugh. So actually I guess I am quite funny.

What’s your favourite Christmas food?

Unlike Emily and her brother Tim (and pretty much everyone else for that matter) I love greens. Brussels sprouts straight off the stalk get me very excited.

What’s your favourite Christmas carol or song?

Deck the Halls. After this Christmas is has a very personal meaning.

Molly stars in A Christmas Tale. A beautifully illustrated book that is available to buy at all Joules stores and online at 100% of the profit from the sale of this book will also go to Charitably Joules.

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