Dirty Birdy Feet

Dirty Birdy Feet

by Rick Winter, Mike Lester

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Children's Literature
If you were fans of stories like The Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly or The Twelve Days of Christmas, you'll love this hilarious domino plot. Just after having washed the white carpet, Mom sits down with her family to eat sloppy joes, warning them to be careful. What happens next, no one is ready for. Plop! An equally shocked bird falls down the dust-filled chimney. Once the cat gets involved, the "dominoes" begin to tumble. The cat chases the bird. The dog chases the cat. Big Brother chases the dog while dripping his sloppy joe sandwich. Mom swooshes the broom. Dad growls. And the narrator and his little sister watch until all whoosh out the door leaving dirty feet, barbecue drips and an astonished family all over the once-white carpet. Written in sentences appropriate for beginning readers and full of vibrant and hysterical illustrations, readers will laugh out loud following feet up and down and from page to page. 2000, Rising Moon, Ages 3 to 6, $15.95. Reviewer: Leslie Julian

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Northland Publishing AZ
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Product dimensions:
10.83(w) x 9.32(h) x 0.43(d)
Age Range:
5 - 7 Years

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