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Furry Weather and a Storm of Feathers

by Scott Schafer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0990319318, Paperback)

Things are going to get furry--and feathery, when the wood that a beaver needs to build his dam happens to be the home of a very grouchy bird that he just awakened from his afternoon nap. Sometimes, the one you push away is the one you needed on your side all along...especially in the very end. Furry Weather and a Storm of Feathers tells the story of two animals, a bird and a beaver, who cross paths turning into a conflict of words, mainly due to the birds bullying and his resiliency to share what's his. He later realizes that his decisions were not the best of intentions when the tables suddenly get turned on him. Includes 44 pages of illustrations and rhyming with some advanced reading- intended for parents to sit down, interact and enjoy storytelling to their children with a valuable lesson to be learned.

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