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Two Can Toucan
     

Two Can Toucan

by David McKee
 

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“There was once a bird who didn’t have a name. He had a very large beak and was all black except for the whites of his eyes. All the other creatures, who had names, laughed at him. This made him very unhappy. One day he decided to leave them all and go seek his fortune.” An entertaining fable for children about how the toucan got its name—and

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“There was once a bird who didn’t have a name. He had a very large beak and was all black except for the whites of his eyes. All the other creatures, who had names, laughed at him. This made him very unhappy. One day he decided to leave them all and go seek his fortune.” An entertaining fable for children about how the toucan got its name—and its amazing colors. David McKee’s many titles for children include the King Rollo series and the Elmer the Elephant books, including Elmer, Hide–and–Seek Elmer, Elmer’s Colors, and Tusk, Tusk.

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The contemporary master of the children’s parable.

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ISBN-13:
9781842700365
Publisher:
Random House UK
Publication date:
10/01/2001
Edition description:
PBK ED
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 9.06(h) x 0.06(d)

Meet the Author

David McKee is one of the best-known illustrators of picture books, having created such modern classics such as the Elmer series. His first book was published in 1964, and his books are now published in more than 35 languages throughout the world.

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