Today's Story Time is
By Christine Sharpe
Bea is a bird of unusual tastes …
While the other birds peck at ants and watch worms wiggle, Bea likes to bake buns and berry pudding. She loves dancing to disco beats and singing sweet songs to the moon. In everything she does, Bea stands out from the flock!
A joyful picture book about being true to yourself and daring to be different.
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Assorted Herb Plants
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