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eBook Blue the Bird: On Flying epub

by Becky Due

eBook Blue the Bird: On Flying epub
  • ISBN: 0974621218
  • Author: Becky Due
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Due Publications; 1st edition (February 15, 2006)
  • Pages: 38 pages
  • ePUB size: 1948 kb
  • FB2 size 1416 kb
  • Formats txt mobi lrf lit

Lessons for all, Blue the Bird on Flying, is a wonderful book for beginning readers or for parents to read aloud to. .

Lessons for all, Blue the Bird on Flying, is a wonderful book for beginning readers or for parents to read aloud to younger children. Blue the Bird does not want to fly. When he is young, he can fly on the backs of his friends but later they want to fly with other friends. When Blue the Bird decides to jump on the back to make a new friend, the young bird starts to fall. BECKY DUE is the author of several novels, some award-winning, Her most recent novels are Traveling for Love, The Dumpster, Returning Injury, Touchable Love and The Gentlemen s Club. She has also written nonfiction guides for women. Becky lives in Colorado and Florida with her husband and two dogs.

Blue the Bird does not want to fl. Becky has been a guest on national TV and radio programs, and the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles for empowering women.

Blue the Bird does not want to fly. Follow Blue's journey of self-discovery. Blue the Bird is a lesson on self-esteem and independence. She has served as a guest speaker at women’s resource centers, shelters, colleges and high schools throughout the United States and worked as Becky Due is an award-winning author, abstract artist, fitness enthusiast, and introvert who loves people.

Becky Due is an award-winning author, abstract artist, fitness enthusiast, and introvert wh.Blue the Bird On Flying by Becky Due is a 2007 Teddy Children's Book Award Finalist. Award-Winning Novels. Finding our purpose (and hopefully LOVE) in this crazy world.

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Blue the Bird doesn't want to fly. Blue rides on back of other birds. Eventually Blue's friends grow tired of always flying for Blue so they go off and spend time with birds who fly beside them not on top of them. Later Blue tries to make a new friend by jumping on a baby birds back. That bird was just learning to fly and they almost fall....but Blue's wings spread wide and they're both saved. Blue learns that flying is fun after all. Blue the Bird is a lesson in independence and self-esteem designed to teach your child shapes and colors. Enjoy this book with your children.
Comments: (3)
My Review: Blue is a bird that didn't want to fly. Blue will fly on the backs of his friends. When they could no longer carry Blue because it wasn't fun they left Blue and flew with other friends who can fly. Want to know if Blue ever flew then buy the book.

I love this book because not only is it educational, it teaches children about shapes and colors. It also will help children to overcome their fear, the importance of being independent and self-esteem. Every child will enjoy reading this book because of its bold text and colors. I highly recommend this book for classroom teaching.

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.
Blue does not want to learn to fly and so he does not. He hitches rides with his friends. His friends leave him. Blue decides he will hitch a ride with an unsuspecting bird but discovers that is not a good idea and he has to save them both. Blue finds out he can do what he fears and it makes him independent.

This is a wonderful book for the little ones. It teaches them it is good to be independent. It also teaches that it is okay to be afraid but to try whatever anyway. Nice illustrations also.
My 6 year old is learning to read this year and she really enjoyed reading along with me. First I read the book to her and then she read it to me. She said, "I liked it when Blue learned how to fly, he was afraid and didn't know he could do it all by himself - but he could!". She also enjoyed going back through the book and identifying the colors and shapes on each page. Blue the Bird is also a great reminder to us adults that we can trust and rely on ourselves to succeed in life.
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