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For Children
Author: Michael Uslan,John Steven Gurney
ISBN: 0975384325
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Pages 34 pages
Publisher Ee Publishing & Productions Inc (January 20, 2006)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 691
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eBook Chatterbox: The Bird Who Wore Glasses download

by Michael Uslan,John Steven Gurney


by John Steven Gurney and Michael E. Uslan. A funny, spirited, and heart-felt bird's tale about a lonely child who comes out of her shell when a very near-sighted, talking parakeet swoops into her life.

by John Steven Gurney and Michael E. Told in Dr. Suess-style rhyme, this story of a girl and her bird shows how very special the relationship between a pet and a child can be. As a special bonus, this book includes an audio CD reading o f the story, along with two special songs, read and sung by actress Brittney Murphy.

Uslan, Michael, 1951-. A lonely child who comes out of her shell when a very near-sighted, talking parakeet swoops into her life. Gurney, John Steven, 1962-; Murphy, Brittany. Includes bonus CD featuring actress Brittany Murphy reading the book and singing 2 songs.

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John Steven Gurney, a very successful artist and illustrator, colorfully illustrates the large pages with plenty of things to look at. Written in playful, light verse the author does mention things like prayer and Gods love, there fore it may appeal to a religious audience

John Steven Gurney, a very successful artist and illustrator, colorfully illustrates the large pages with plenty of things to look at. Written in playful, light verse the author does mention things like prayer and Gods love, there fore it may appeal to a religious audience.

Items related to Chatterbox: The Bird Who Wore Glasses. Illustrator John Steven Gurney has illustrated over 100 children's books for publishers such as Random House and Scholastic, including the Bailey School Kids Adventures and A–Z Mysteries

Items related to Chatterbox: The Bird Who Wore Glasses. Michael Uslan Chatterbox: The Bird Who Wore Glasses. ISBN 13: 9780975384329. Chatterbox: The Bird Who Wore Glasses. Illustrator John Steven Gurney has illustrated over 100 children's books for publishers such as Random House and Scholastic, including the Bailey School Kids Adventures and A–Z Mysteries.

By Michael Uslan and John Steven Gurney

By Michael Uslan and John Steven Gurney. Chatterbox – The Bird Who Wore Glasses : Remember the Batman movies? Well, the movie producer of successful movies like these and entertaining children’s television shows such as Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?, Michael Uslan, has released this adorable children’s book. At 40 pages and full of excellent illustrations, this book is sure to entertain children

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Chatterbox, the Bird Who Wore Glasses (for children), illustrated by John Steven Gurney, EE Publishing 2006

Chatterbox, the Bird Who Wore Glasses (for children), illustrated by John Steven Gurney, EE Publishing 2006. Also author of The Comic Book Revolution, Indiana University Press. Author of introduction to comic-book compilations, including Superman in Action Comic Archives, Volume 3; Batman in the 1950s; Shazam Archives, Volume 3; Thunder Agents Archives, Volumes 1 and 2; The Mighty Crusaders Archives; Superman: The Greatest Stories Ever Told; Comic Cavalcade Archives, Volume 1; Catwoman: 9 Lives of a Feline Fatale; Brave and Bold Team-up Archives, Volume 1; The Spirit.

Beautifully illustrated by Lynn Costelloe, Rosita Bird's lovely story reinforces the importance of eating a healthy diet in a fun and entertaining way. Eat your vegetables or you'll get weak eyes – you never see a rabbit wearing glasses! Or do you? Ruby Rabbit doesn't like carrots and falls behind i. . Eat your vegetables or you'll get weak eyes – you never see a rabbit wearing glasses! Or do you? Ruby Rabbit doesn't like carrots and falls behind in school because she can't see the whiteboard properly. After a visit to the optician she gets sparkly new glasses and all is well! And she discovers carrots aren't so bad after al. nimals & Nature Kids.

Chatterbox by Michael Uslan, December 1, 2005, ee publishing & productions, inc . The Bird Who Wore Glasses.

The Bird Who Wore Glasses. Published December 1, 2005 by ee publishing & productions, in.Bashfulness, Juvenile fiction, Parrots, Loneliness. You're Nancy A. Nobody," they taunted me. The Physical Object.

A funny, spirited, and heart-felt bird's tale about a lonely child who comes out of her shell when a very near-sighted, talking parakeet swoops into her life. Told in Dr. Suess-style rhyme, this story of a girl and her bird shows how very special the relationship between a pet and a child can be. As a special bonus, this book includes an audio CD reading o f the story, along with two special songs, read and sung by actress Brittney Murphy. Printed on premium paper and encased in a matte dust- jacket, the Chatterbox features watercolor and ink illustrations from renowned children's book artist John Steven Gurney.
Wenes
After I read this story to my daughter a single time, she has asked me for it every night since.

Children's books are harder than they look. It's not enough to exaggerate a "childlike sense of wonder" and write in a forced babytalk that too many authors imagine approximates a child's speech. A good children's book will hold a child's attention, stimulate thoughts in a young brain and have a distinctive look. A great children's book will do all that, plus get at the heart of what it means to be a child.

Chatterbox belongs to that rare class of children's book that transcends the genre by being all of those things, and more -- soulful, deep, funny. The rhyming language will doubtless conjure mentions of Dr Seuss, and they're apt -- the rhythms and playfulness merit the comparison. But to my mind, Chatterbox rises above even that high bar. Like the best of its brethren (Frog and Toad, No, David, Curious George) Chatterbox gets that the relationship at the core -- in this case, a sad and lonely girl who meets an extraordinary bird -- is what comprises a memorable story.
Kison
The eye-catching colors and characters on the cover of this book drew me into it - and I am so glad. This book is a delight for the eyes and for the heart. It seems everyone, particularly children finding their way in this great big world, can relate to Nancy, who discovers through kindness to another that she is certainly NOT a "nobody" but a likable "somebody". Through dynamite illustrations and clever, but never cutesy rhyme, this book has it all. I wish it would become a series.
Trex
After reading the book review I thought it would be a nice surprise for my niece. I put this book on my niece's desk and more or less forgot about it. Not realizing, but that evening she asked me to check her homework. I was completely surprised, her book report was all about Chatterbox and Nancy. I read her report and then read the book I do believe she was really touched by the story as I was as well.

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