Parrot Genius: And More True Stories of Amazing Animal Talents (National Geographic Chapters Series)by Moira Rose Donohue
A pig that does math tricks. A parrot that seems to know what she’s saying. A flying pig … um, pug. These animals know what it means to be in the spotlight. Meet Mudslinger the superstar pig, Einstein the parrot genius, and Otis the skydiving dog. Read the stories of these three/b>/b>/b>/b>
A pig that does math tricks. A parrot that seems to know what she’s saying. A flying pig … um, pug. These animals know what it means to be in the spotlight. Meet Mudslinger the superstar pig, Einstein the parrot genius, and Otis the skydiving dog. Read the stories of these three amazing animal superstars in Parrot Genius!
Perfect for kids aging out of early readers, National Geographic Kids Chapters are written in simple prose appropriate to kids just reading on their own.
Meet the Author
MOIRA ROSE DONOHUE is a reformed lawyer, children's writer and the self-proclaimed "Queen of Punctuation." She loves dogs, tap dancing and old movies. Moira's publishing credits include poems, plays and 15 books for children.
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I loved this book -- captivating stories of very special animals and fun facts too! I came to care about each of these amazing animals, and you will too. The stories are complemented by lively graphics. I definitely recommend this book.
Parrot, pug and pig all have in common wonderful and warming stories of their adventures. You want them all as part of your family. Fascinating to read about the exciting times of each talented animal and those humans who are their friends and mentors. The fact boxes add really interesting information that makes this book both educational and fun to read. A book clearly to go to for all young readers.
Moira Donohue tells three incredible stories about animals whose intelligence and bravery surpass that of most humans. She uses witty humor alongside fascinating facts to tell stories that are both enjoyable and incredibly educational. In addition to the specific animal stories, Donohue includes a number of side bars with more generic facts about the different species to engage the reader at a deeper level, and encourage further exploration into the world of parrots, pigs, and pugs.
I thought this was an intersting book that I would recomend! :)