Little Birdie discovers it is easy to make new friends in his homeland of Africa. Then, one day, he finds the courage to join the other birds as they fly over the Atlantic Ocean and discovers a whole new world filled with many different kinds of animals.
This kindhearted and courageous little love bird will charm you with his free spirit. Even though he has no idea what is around the next bend, Little Birdie has faith he will find another new friend.
Along the way, he meets Mr. Hippo, a lizard named Zola, and gets advice from his old friend Dusty, the elephant. Will Little Birdie find his way back home again or stay in the wonderful new world he has found?
A Little Birdie Told Me … is a child's keepsake with photography that has captured the beauty of God's amazing creation. It will spark your child's imagination, inspire a thirst for reading, and help develop an appreciation and respect for wildlife.
As the sun rises on Munk Chipper’s rambunctious family breakfast, his oldest son, Freddie sits strangely removed and quiet. What’s on his mind? And why does he dart away, disappearing after the meal? Concerned, Munk decides to follow his son, as does Freddie's mother, each in secret pursuit. Wearing laughable disguises, they set off to solve the big mystery.
Soon the rest of the family, plus an entire town follows, like a parade of hapless, chipmunk sleuths. Into the dangerous forest, would-be detectives scamper after Freddie. But they risk the very jaws of a hungry coyote. Where was Fred off to? Will the secretive young chipmunk lead them all into disaster? What special lessons about love, can young readers learn, in the end?
Young children, especially, will love the colorful and detailed illustrations by the author. Readers of all ages can learn some classic, life lessons while exploring the natural world. Based on a true story, this very humorous story includes a bonus, with its surprise ending. It just may be, a formerly secret and delectable, gluten-free recipe will be revealed. It's one that even a chipmunk cannot resist.
A young beaver named Billy gets an idea to do something. Not knowing how, he gets ideas from watching people. Billy finds himself discouraged when things don’t work out the way he thought they would. A friend of Billy’s comes by and sees him having problems. Billy’s friend reminds him of something very important. After listening to his friend, Billy tries again. Can he do it now? Does Billy have what he was missing before?
“I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.”Psalms 139:14 (NKJV)