Books I Recommend: Buffalo Bird Girl by S. D. Nelson

Hey, everyone! This is my 44th book recommendation. I hope you enjoy!

1. Buffalo Bird Girl by S. D. Nelson

2. Jack by Tomie DePaola

3. Welcome to Kit’s World by Harriet Brown

4. Dancing Shoes by Noel Streatfield

5. Ruby the Red Fairy by Daisy Meadows

6. Ava the Sunset Fairy by Daisy Meadows

7. Delicious by Susan Goldman Rubin

8. Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary

9. The Highest and Lowest by Katie Marsico

10. Florence the Friendship Fairy by Daisy Meadows

11. Wild Boy by Mary Losure

12. Wyoming by G.S. Prentzas

13. Montana by R. Conrad Stein

14. J. K. Rowling by Victoria Peterson Hilleque

15.  My Book of Birds by Geraldo Valério

16. Lives of the Writers by Kathleen Krull

17. The Greatest Treasure by Demi

18. The Patchwork Quilt by Valerie Flournoy

19. Colorado by Barbara A. Somervill

20. Ohio by Darlene R. Stille

21. Talking With Tebé by Mary E. Lyons

22. Girls Think of Everything by Catherine Thimmesh

23. Nelson Mandela by Beatrice Gormley

24. Nobel’s Women of Peace by Michelle Benjamin and Maggie Mooney

25. Modern Art Adventures by Maja Pitamic and Jill Laidlaw

26. Humidity by Kristin Schuetz

27. Diana, Princess of Wales by Beatrice Gormley

28. The Ghost Wind Stallion by Emma Carlson Berne

29. The Trouble Begins At 8 by Sid Fleischman

30. Oprah Winfrey by Ilene Cooper

31. Clara Schumann by Susanna Reich

32. Name That Style by Bob Raczka

33.  Drawing From Memory by Allen Say

34. Polar Bear, Arctic Hare by Eileen Spinelli

35. Mallards by Margaret Hall

36. Native American Rock Art by Yvette La Pierre

37. Regarding The Bees by Kate Klise

38. Fair Weather by Richard Peck

39. Temperature by Kristin Schuetz

40. The Netherlands by Martin Hintz

41. Having Fun With Hair Feathering by Dana Meachen Rau

42. Scott of the Antarctic by Evelyn Dowdeswell, Julian Dowdeswell, and Angela Seddon

43. Mother’s Day Crafts by Arlene and Herbert Erlbach

44. Oregon by Deborah Kent

45. Louisiana by Allison Lassieur

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Where Would You Fly

Hi there, everyone! You are about to enter a writing & inspiring world. So hang on to your memories on Earth! Look below and you’ll see the writing prompt and story.

If you were a bird and you could fly anywhere, where would you go? (Look below for my answer). If I were a bird and I could fly anywhere, I would go to a tropical island that I could have all that’s needed. Look below for my story.

A Bird Flies Over An Island

I lived happily with my owner until one day, I was looking for my owner when I saw something below. I flew down to investigate and explore. I had found out this was the island of the Colorful Fairies. When I saw the Fairies, I asked them where my owner was and found out that my owner had went to heaven.

The Fairies said my real family was here. So I set out to find them. I asked around and I was about give up when a fruit fairy asked is that my family. I told her, “Yes,”!

My family asked me what happened to my owner. So I told them, he went to heaven. They felt sorry for me. They said that I was welcome to stay with them as long as I didn’t grab food before the rest of my family did.

I stayed as long as I could. I knew that I had to return to Hawaii. I had to be in a pet store again but this time, nobody came. So I mated and had 6 baby birds but I never forgot my family.

5 years later, I decided to visit the island with my new part of family. They loved to see their grand-birds and my mate. I promised I’d come back every 2 years until they went up to heaven and all went well.

The End

This photo below I got from http://www.tringa.org/images/8861_House_Finch_05-09-2008_0.jpg.

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Books I Recommend: The Truth About Twinkie Pie by Kat Yeh

Hi there! This is the 14th book recommendation list. I’ve done 17 book recommendation lists since Janurary 2015!

1. The Truth About Twinkie Pieby Kat Yeh
2. Starfieldsby Carolyn Marsden
3. Latin for Bird Loversby Roger Lederer & Carol Burr
4. Sylva And The Fairy Ballby Margaret McNamara
5. Shiningby Julius Lester
6. A Thanksgiving Wishby Michael Rosen
7. Toothianaby William Joyce
8. Troubling a Starby Madeline L’Engle
9. Hollywood, Dead Aheadby Kate Klise
10. The Fairy’s Returnby Gail Carson Levine
11. Willa by Heartby Coleen Murtagh Paratore
12. May B.by Caroline Starr Rose
13. The Green Ghostby Marion Dane Bauer
14. The Woods Beyondby Kiki Thorpe
15. The Ordinary Princessby M.M. Kaye
16. A Pinch of Magicby Kiki Thorpe
17. Summerhouse Timeby Eileen Spinelli
18. Mystery at the Washington Monumentby Ron Roy

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Nature LOG – December 12, 2011

I  see stark trees right in the middle of  the grass.

I see pretty rocks on the bricks in our backyard .

I see an airplane roar loudly up in the gray sky.

I saw a bird sing on the solid fence.

I saw a dog growl next door and was near half of the solid fence.

I see jabbed weeds in our grass.

I see pointy leaves.

I see extinct grass.