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A Bird and His Worm by James Kaczman
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A Bird and His Worm

by James Kaczman

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I liked the pictures and colors ( )
  kelleyhar | Mar 12, 2014 |
This bird does not liek flapping his wings so he walks everywhere. Well when it come time for the winter the bird seems to have a problem , flying south. This is a cute book very colorful.
  jrjohnson1 | Dec 7, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0618094601, Hardcover)

In a beautiful, green valley somewhere in the North, there once was a bird who did not fly. This bird preferred to walk. All the other birds thought his behavior was very odd, so he led a fairly solitary existence.

That is, until he befriends an extremely affable worm who joins him on his journey south in search of warmer weather. A lot of people might think it strange for a nonflying bird and a sociable worm to be friends, but that’s exactly what happens in this unusual story about the power of friendship, the sway of charm, and the importance of having a good Plan B.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:52 -0400)

A bird who doesn't like to flap his wings and the worm he has befriended learn the dangers of trusting strangers as they travel south together for the winter.

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