Mr. Cu The Cuckoo Bird

Mr. Cu The Cuckoo Bird

by Roger Brady

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Overview

Mr Cu The Cuckoo Bird was originally a short story written by Roger Brady in another up and coming book A Soildier Of Faith. A short story of fiction turned into a childs book was not the authors original intent.The book will inspire,educate and bring joy to the listeners as well as the readers.The cu game will bring joy an excitement to a day care and a preschool setting. Mr Cu will win the hearts of children as well as the parents and teachers nation wide. The book can be a good bed time story as well.The book can be enjoyed at any time by readers of all ages.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781496924636
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 07/08/2014
Pages: 18
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.04(d)

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Mr. Cu The Cuckoo Bird


By Roger Brady

AuthorHouse LLC

Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved Taken from the book A Soldier of Faith By Roger Brady
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-4969-2463-6


CHAPTER 1

The Who Kooed Game.

Cover the eyes of the children. Someone will cuckoo and the children have to guess who kooed. The winner wins a prize and gets to lead the game.

Mr. Cu, the cuckoo bird lived in Cuville.

His job was to look out of his window every hour and yell at the top of his voice "Cuckoo!"

Mr. Cu's cuckoo could be heard though out Cuville.

Mommy and Daddy cuckoo bird would get up every morning and get the cuckoo birds ready for school.

You can see cuckoo birds leaving for work and some driving their baby cuckoo birds to school.

The school bus would come on time every morning to pick the cuckoo birds up for school.

One morning Mr. Cu didn't look out of his window; he was sick. He had a sore throat and had lost his voice.

Many many years Mr. Cu had been yelling cuckoo but not this morning.

Mommy and Daddy cuckoo birds were late getting up and the school buses was late picking up the cuckoo birds for school.

Everyone was wondering why they didn't hear Mr. Cu cuckoo this morning. Mr. Cu sent out a text to say he wasn't feeling well.

Mr. Cu had never been late giving his cu the many years he has been the town cumin.

Mr. Cu grows up watching his father popa cu the cuckoo bird work as the town Cuman.


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