United Tweets of America

United Tweets of America

Book - 2008
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A hilarious tribute to state birds!

Welcome to the United Tweets Pageant! This colorful parade of state birds competing to be Top Tweet will have readers of all ages laughing aloud. From Alabama's Yellowhammer to Wyoming's Western Meadowlark, each bird is a winner'and each bird loves to show off the state it calls home. Hudson Talbott has created an inspired introduction to states and their birds. His vibrant, detailed illustrations infuse the birds? interactions with energy and humor, making this a great way to spark kids? interest in United States history, geography, and, of course, wildlife!

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2008.
ISBN: 9780399245206
0399245200
Branch Call Number: j 973 TALBOTT
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm.

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Not a history book, per se, but definitely an irreverent take on one of the weirder traditions in America -- the state bird. Come for the funny(?) bird jokes, stay for the interesting historical tidbits. You can skip over the Kansas page, however -- no one needs to hear anymore about the Wizard o... Read More »


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orange_dolphin_185 Aug 07, 2014

great book about my favorite country

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orange_dolphin_185 Aug 07, 2014

orange_dolphin_185 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

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orange_dolphin_185 Aug 07, 2014

this book tells you about the state and the state bird such as the eastern bluebird which is the state bird of new york a lot of birds are state birds of more than one state this book was also very funny

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orange_dolphin_185 Aug 07, 2014

goldfinches are the birds world's party animals

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