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Books with title The Bird Who Couldn't Fly

  • The Bird Who Couldn't Chirp

    Kenyatta McClure

    Paperback (Benjamin Williams Publishing, Sept. 15, 2019)
    A brilliantly written and illustrated children's book that depicts the life and adventures of a bluejay to teach children and parents to accept the gifts and talents that children possess despite any shortcomings.Bluejay is a strong, courageous, little bird who is loved, admired, and looked up to by his fellow bird friends. Bluejay is a beautiful bird who is the oldest of 5 siblings. He's smart, fun, and one of the most outgoing birds you could ever meet!Despite Bluejay being one of the strongest little birdies and best food hunters, he is still left feeling sad and discouraged because of his slight speech delay - Bluejay could not chirp. With the help of Mama Merry, Bluejay is able to overcome his insecurities and realizes that he too has his own special gifts and purpose!
  • The Bird Who Couldn't Fly

    Brenda Davies Butler, Rumar Yongco

    Paperback (Xlibris Us, Aug. 23, 2019)
    The Ostrich is a bird that looks like any other bird. While other birds can fly, the ostrich, no matter how hard he tries cannot fly. However the ostrich has his own special talent. He is the fastest runner on two legs.
  • Bumble: The Bee Who Couldn't Fly

    RK Wheeler

    language (, Nov. 29, 2018)
    Bumble is the cutest bug you'll ever meet, but he can't fly. Granny bumblebee helps little Bumble overcome his fear of flying and in restoring his self confidence. Bumble goes from teased to hero in this sweet tale that your children will love. Bumble can now contribute to the hive by gathering pollen and making honey. You won't want to miss the memories of reading Bumble the Bee with your children and instilling positive lessons that they will learn from reading this book.
  • The Boy Who Could Fly

    Robert Newman

    language (Open Road Media Teen & Tween, Dec. 30, 2014)
    Joey has always been a special kid, but his brother, Mark, is worried that the people in their new town won’t understand his odd behavior Mark has always known that his brother, Joey, was special. The problem is, Joey has always been a little too special for most people to understand. When the brothers move to rural upstate New York to live with their aunt and uncle, Mark is worried that Joey will have a hard time fitting into their new town—especially since Joey has a habit of speaking his thoughts inside people’s minds instead of out loud. Mark believes that Joey can do anything he sets his mind to—if he wanted to, he could probably even fly. But when a local politician dares Joey to prove his talents, Mark worries that by accepting the challenge, Joey is keeping himself from ever being able to live a regular life again. And in a town like Westfield, not being normal can be dangerous.
  • The Dog Who Could Fly

    Meghna Verma

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan. 22, 2016)
    Inspired by a little dog that really does live in Paris and fuelled by a passion to create something bigger than them, this book is a collaborative effort of individuals who believe in the power of languages and reading. Jerome VG and Meghna Verma, met while pursuing a MBA at HEC, Paris. While trying to learn a third language (French in her case and Chinese in his) they both discovered that there was a lack of basic / children’s books, which were bi or tri lingual. This revelation led them to create a book that told the same story in multiple languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Hindi, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Mandarin Pinyin). The book is illustrated with delightful hand painted pictures to add to the magic of the tale. This book serves as both, a learning tool and a fantastical world for children and adults to get lost in. This book has been written for everyone who wants to learn. Its story illustrates that patience and dedication crown every effort and that no dream is ever too big. To know more about the book and the Author please head over to the following blog post / interview on the HSK Academy blog.
  • The Bird That Couldn't Fly

    Raquel Arrechea, Tanja Russita

    Hardcover (Azure Coast Press, June 28, 2019)
    Quincy Quill is an adorable baby bird eager to chirp and ready to fly. But things aren't happening as quickly as he would like. Will he learn to chirp? Is he ever going to be able to fly?This charming illustrated children's book by author Raquel Arrechea answers those questions, and teaches children the value of perseverance, as Quincy learns that everyone, even a baby bird, does things when the time is just right.Written when she was nine-years-old, Arrechea brings her story, accompanied by the beautiful illustrations of Tanja Russita, about growing up and taking flight to children everywhere.
  • The Fly Who Couldn’t Fly

    Michelle De Serres, Kat Karter

    language (Dolman Scott Publishing, March 31, 2015)
    Malcolm the Mole comes calling to ask Harry to come and watch young Denzil the Fly take his first flight and off they hurry to see the sight. But when they arrive Mrs Fly’s in tears – young Denzil can’t overcome his fears and simply cannot fly. As always, Harry comes to the rescue. He sits Denzil on his shoulder and takes him off to visit old Tobes the dog, who lives with the young wizard Josh. Tobes.
  • The Boy Who Could Fly

    Sally Gardner

    eBook (Orion Children's Books, Sept. 15, 2011)
    One day the Fat Fairy turns up at Thomas Top's house to grant him a birthday wish. Thomas can't think what to ask for, so he wishes he could fly. That's how Thomas goes from being just an ordinary boy whom no one notices to being the most popular boy in the school. But it makes him sad that grown-ups can't see the wonderful things he can do. His flying gets him suspended from school, and that makes life at home much worse, because his dad gets so cross and it makes his mum miserable. But then the Fat Fairy turns up again, and with help from her and Thomas's new friend Mr Vinnie, a retired painter and decorator who has been flying since he was Thomas's age, everything changes.This is an enchanting story in which an unconfident child discovers a special gift that brings him joy and heartache. The magic of the words, the humour and poignancy of the story and the wonderful characters, are all enhanced by the author's own delightful drawings.
  • Softy, the bird who couldn't fly

    George Green, Nidhom iNDOS Studio

    Paperback (George Green Enterprises, Feb. 6, 2014)
    Softy, a Bald Eaglet, couldn't fly. But she soon overcame her disability; she could sing more beautifully than her parents and friends would ever have believed. This easy-to-follow, lighthearted and beautifully-illustrated tale will leave young children laughing, happy and inspired. The book also features a selection of animal fun facts for kids. It is the second in a series created by George Green.
  • Igor, the Bird Who Couldn't Sing

    Satoshi Kitamura

    Hardcover (Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), Sept. 10, 2005)
    Everybody has a song Igor has been looking forward to spring, when he will sing for the first time in his life. But when the Dawn Chorus begins, the other birds laugh at the notes coming out of his beak. After unsuccessful voice lessons, Igor decides never to sing again and sets off to find a place where there is no music. He roams the globe, which is surprisingly abundant in song, until, at last, he finds a lonely, empty plain where it is quiet. Heartbroken, Igor roosts on a rock until a splendid sunset moves him so much that he breaks his vow of symphonic silence.Distinctive and artistic illustrations filled with energetic details make this a wonderful story about a bird who ultimately realizes he is not as alone or atonal as he had thought.
  • The Bird Who Couldn't Fly

    Richard Buckley, Alex Williams

    Hardcover (Hodder & Stoughton, July 1, 1989)
    Since struck by lightning the bird couldn't fly or sing, but only after witnessing a debacle involving other animals does the bird feel like singing again

    Diane Grace Wessels

    language (, Oct. 13, 2019)
    This is the story of Samuel, a tiny frog, who above all else that he desired in his life, wanted to fly. Although he didn't have wings, Samuel believed that it was possible to take off and soar in the sky like his winged friends who could fly.Samuel's friends were able to convince him that it was physically impossible for him to fly; but he discovered ways of flying that did not involve wings and soaring in the air.