Little Bird, Biddle Bird
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Little Bird, Biddle Bird

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  4 reviews
From the extroadinary creator of "Miss Spider" by David Kirk, here is the first in a gorgeous new series of books for the littlest, biddlest readers.

Little Bird is hungry! Mommy always feeds him, but now the time has arrived for Little Bird to venture from the nest and find a tasty bite to eat on his own. As Little Bird finds his way around Biddle Wood, he wisely remembers...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Scholastic Press (first published 1949)
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Rosa Cline
Beautifully written simple story by Mr Kirk. Set in rhythmic rhyme and one line per page with beautiful illustrations talks about a baby bird setting out on his own to find a snack. And how Momma bird is happy for him in the end and sings loud enough for the entire garden to hear. Children can feel how proud Little Biddle Bird was of himself.
I like the illustrations in this book and would consider buying it to cut the pages out and frame them for nursery. The story is fine, though perhaps a bit too simplistic for my 3.5 year old.
This is graphically simple, as the well the sweet story. It's a simple cute book that my three year old loved.
Lia's favorite diaper changing book...especially the animals on the inside front cover!
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David Kirk is the creator of children's books that follow the character Miss Spider. Before writing books, he made colorful toys that were sold in hand-painted boxes. He was urged to write children's books when his toys caught the interest of a book packager. It wasn't difficult to figure out what he would use as characters in his stories: his daughter, Violet, had a liking for bugs.
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