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A Bird's Tail Children's Bedtime Reading for ages 4 and above - cover

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A Bird's Tail Children's Bedtime Reading for ages 4 and above

S C Hamill

Publisher: Earth Angel Books

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Summary

Children's Bedtime Reading for ages 4 and above. 
  
The short story of Tizzy and Wizzy. 
  
Tizzy and Wizzy are Oystercatchers. 
Two baby twins who live on Sunside beach in the Highlands of Scotland. 
Today's a very windy day on Sunside beach. 
But the two chicks want to go outside and play. 
There's so many thing to explore, and see and do. 
  
Oh, how they wish the rain and blustery wind would go away? 
 
Come and see what happens to the twins... 
The book contains a full A to Z of birds pictures to help children to learn the alphabet.  
  
  
  
 
Available since: 07/29/2018.

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