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Peka-Boo: The Smallest Bird in All the World

2.57  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
This first book from a fantastic illustrator features a feisty, lovable bird with lots of attitude, and a lesson that being small does not mean being incapable

Being the smallest bird in all the world is not easy—everything's bigger than Peka-Boo. First he had to crack his big egg—20 times his size—just to get out and see the sun. Then he encountered a big nest and big brot
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 20th 2010 by Allen & Unwin
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Simone Blair
Aug 12, 2011 Simone Blair rated it it was amazing
"what the Bunyip!" I love this book - I am Australian! The language, word play and cultural references iare super cool. Kids love it too. Very clever. If you want to discover a modern-day Banjo Patersonesque writer this is your gal.
John rated it did not like it
Feb 12, 2011
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Paula Gallagher
Mar 08, 2011 Paula Gallagher rated it it was ok
Much is lost due to lack of translation of this Aussie title. Just didn't get the language.
GoldfiKids rated it did not like it
Mar 20, 2011
Oct 31, 2011 PWRL marked it as to-read
Shelves: 2011-new
Jul 03, 2011 Aspasia rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-to-aidan
My American tongue kept tripping over the Australian slang phrases. Fun book over all.
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