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I Wonder How Parrots Can Talk

by Mary Packard

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In the book "I Wonder How Parrots Can Talk", the author goes through the different facts about birds and some different species of birds. The illustrations show examples of each bird and the different parts of their lives, like the nests they build and their adaptations. The central message of this book is that there are many different types of birds, which can be compared with the many different types of people. Children can learn that everyone is different and everyone goes through different situations but still all get along; birds are just like people. ( )
  LaurenToth | Feb 15, 2017 |
This book is very informational for students to learn facts about birds. It gives good realistic illustrations of different types of birds. ( )
  KJoPlante | Sep 11, 2016 |
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Amazing but true facts about the wide variety of birds.

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