Giraffe and Bird

Giraffe and Bird

Book - 2010
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Getting along can be difficult, but Giraffe and Bird don't even try. When Bird makes a face, Giraffe sticks out his tongue; when Bird tweets in his ear, Giraffe invades Bird's personal space. And so it goes. If you ask them, Giraffe and Bird will tell you they can't stand each other. One day Giraffe loses his patience, and Bird is fed up too. "Scram!" says Giraffe. "Get lost!" says Bird. And so they do.

You would think they'd be happy now, but you might be wrong. Without each other, how will Bird and Giraffe weather the coming storm?
Publisher: Toronto : Dancing Cat Books, 2010
ISBN: 9781897151846
Branch Call Number: BEN
Characteristics: unpaged


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Dina_18 Mar 27, 2015

Great teaching book for kids on how to get along. My 3 + grandson loved loved it.

JewelMcLatchy Dec 05, 2013

This is a super cute story about "best frenemies", which I really enjoyed. However, the existence of the telephone pole confused me. I know it is essential to the plot and I can normally overlook this type of thing in a children's book, but it just struck me as odd this time. Still loved the story, the characters and the way they're illustrated are hilarious - the telephone wire/poles just threw me for a loop.

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