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Tidings of magpies,
Ducks in a brace,
Elks in a gang, in a galloping race.”


This joy-filled romp through creation captures your child’s imagination with the silly-sounding (but true) names of animal groups. Rhythmic verse celebrates the wonder of God’s imagination displayed in his creatures–from a clutter of cats and a mischief of rats to an army of frogs and a drift of fat
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Hardcover, 40 pages
Published October 2nd 2007 by WaterBrook Press
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Elevetha
Such a cute picture book illustrating collective nouns for a few well-known animals! I read this over and over when we got it out from the library (for my baby brother), not only to laugh over the awesome gang of elk illustration with the elk wearing bling and hats backward, and the army of frogs wearing wee French uniforms (as best I recall), but also to memorize all those collective nouns that I did not already know.
Sybil
Mackall tells a humerus story in rhyme about the names of animal group, as shown in the title. The illustrations are great to show the silliness of the text. The book is Christian fiction. This book is an easy reader displaying a cute way of teaching names of animal groups .
Danalee
May 30, 2008 Danalee rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone with kids!
Recommended to Danalee by: Alisha Lloyd
The illustrations in this book are beautiful and witty! I cannot wait to purchase this for my niece and my own personal collection. The text is darling and clever as it teaches children the scientific family names for a variety of animals.
Miss Clark
Mar 18, 2010 Miss Clark rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Children age 3/4+
A delightful book that teaches the many unique names for different groups of animals, like a parliament of owls and an unkindness of ravens, with fun, whimsical illustrations.
Kate Hastings
God created animals and we gave funny names to the groups of them!
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Apr 19, 2008 Dandi Mackall rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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A professional writer for over 20 years, Dandi Daley Mackall has written dozens of articles for popular magazines and published around 400 books for children and adults alike, with sales of over 4 million.
A frequent guest on radio and television talk shows, she lives in rural Ohio with her husband, three children, horses, dogs, & cats.
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