[Download] ✤ Bird Hugs By Ged Adamson – Uroturk.info

Bird Hugs Bernard Isn T Like Other Birds His Wings Are Impossibly Long, And Try As He Might, He Just Can T Seem To Fly He S Left Wondering What His Wings Are Good For If They Re Even Good For Anything At All But A Chance Encounter With A Dejected Orangutan Leads Bernard To A Surprising Discovery That Maybe What Makes Him Different Is Actually Something To Be Embraced

About the Author: Ged Adamson

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Bird Hugs book, this is one of the most wanted Ged Adamson author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “Bird Hugs

  1. says:

    Cute story about differences and how friends are important.

  2. says:

    A cute, affirmative tale of realizing ones self worth.

  3. says:

    The artwork is good, though too pastel for my taste Bernard struggles with being different and with overcoming a perceived lack on his part Not everything works out as he wanted and realizes that s okay It s a sweet story, and not too heavy handed with its message of learning

  4. says:

    Gorgeous illustrations with a great message for young children.

  5. says:

    This adorable book is about a bird who feels out of place because of his abnormally long wings He can t fly and all his friends are soon gone One day, he discovers he s good for something Big hugs Soon he makes new friends and helps them be happier with his hugs.This book has a simple prem

  6. says:

    Story Needs WorkThe story is awkward and not very interesting or believable even in its own milieu I would suggest going back to the drawing board and writing an engaging story people would love But I love the illustrations Get that artist another book to illustrate Beautiful

  7. says:

    that book was awesome i LOVE this book banard made new FRIENDS he couldn t fly..he had help from his good bird friends that can fly

  8. says:

    2020 prompt a book with a bird on the cover

  9. says:

    That s very cute I want a hug, too.

  10. says:

    My six year old loved the story I enjoyed the artwork.

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