Ricky the Runt (A Bird Brain Book)

Ricky the Runt (A Bird Brain Book)

5.0 1
by Emlyn Chand, Noelle Giffin
     
 

View All Available Formats & Editions

Evolved Publishing brings you the eighth of the "Bird Brain Books" by Emlyn Chand, "Ricky the Runt." This children's picture book features full color illustrations by artist Noelle Giffin. ~~~ Ricky so very badly wants to be scary like his parents and big brothers. There's just one problem: he's tiny! Terror birds are supposed to be terrifying-it's

Overview

Evolved Publishing brings you the eighth of the "Bird Brain Books" by Emlyn Chand, "Ricky the Runt." This children's picture book features full color illustrations by artist Noelle Giffin. ~~~ Ricky so very badly wants to be scary like his parents and big brothers. There's just one problem: he's tiny! Terror birds are supposed to be terrifying-it's in the name-and even though his dad insists that Ricky's fine just the way he is, Ricky would give anything to fit in with the rest of his family. ~ Frustrated and impatient, he departs from his nest and embarks on a quest to scare at least one animal, and prove himself as a Terror Bird. Does he really have to frighten somebody to fit in, or will Ricky discover another way to belong? ~ There's only one way to find out: join Ricky in his prehistoric adventure in this edition of the color-illustrated Bird Brain Books series for children 4-8 years old.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781622531257
Publisher:
Evolved Publishing
Publication date:
08/31/2013
Pages:
52
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.11(d)
Age Range:
3 - 8 Years

Related Subjects

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

Ricky the Runt (A Bird Brain Book) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
evna777 More than 1 year ago
The illustration is gorgeous and well-drawn. This captures the attention of the young reader. It's an interesting story of baby Terror Bird. He just want to live up to his identity, but it's not his time yet. Being picked up by his sibling makes him upset. So, he started scaring the animals. But when he scared his last victim, he realized that scaring them is no fun. This book gives a lot of lessons. For one, making friends are much more fun than trying to look scary. Then, enjoy the time as kids. Being the youngest doesn't mean you can't do anything. It gives you a chance to have fun. I received a copy of this in exchange of an honest review.