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Little Bird You Are Perfect

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For ages 3-9Little Bird awakens to a perfect day. It is going to be his first real taste of the real world and he is so excited! What he finds during his adventure, is something entirely different. His excitement about his perfect day turns to sadness when he realizes that he is different from all of the other birds he encounters and is reminded of his differences by a gro ...more
Paperback, 28 pages
Published October 29th 2010 by Mirror Publishing (first published October 28th 2010)
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This is a really cute book with great illustrations! It has a great message and would be a great book to use in the classroom for Character Counts or for some type of character education. I read it to my daughter and she loved Little Bird! He is very cute!
The book did have a surprising twist for me when it brought in the Native American Character. I wasn't expecting that! I dont want to give too much away to those who havent read it yet.
This is definately a book I will buy for my classroom! Th
Danyiel McComb
this book was beautifully written, as a parent of young children the message in the story was one we as parents want/need to give our children daily, my little birds are perfect and along with the inspiring morally sound message i felt my kids connected and understood how special this bird was, like themselves. I also got teary eyed when the little bird looked at the old woman and saw her spirit which was cherishable. I am proud to have won this signed copy and recommend this to all people espec ...more
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Shelley Joy is an early childhood educator who has dedicated her professional life to children and families. She has previously published articles in Raising Arizona Kids, Northwest Baby and Child, local and regional magazines, and was the online editor and writer for angel artist Andy Lakey. She has also written for several online publications.

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