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Pickles the Parrot: A Humorous Look at Life with an African Grey

Pickles the Parrot A Humorous Look at Life with an African Grey Everyday life with an African Grey Parrot seen through the humorous and often twisted mind of his owner Georgi Her interesting perspectives on animal intellect and unique insights into nature take th

  • Title: Pickles the Parrot: A Humorous Look at Life with an African Grey
  • Author: Georgi Abbott
  • ISBN: 9781604818123
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyday life with an African Grey Parrot seen through the humorous and often twisted mind of his owner, Georgi Her interesting perspectives on animal intellect and unique insights into nature take the reader on a thought provoking, entertaining and often hilarious ride The star of the book, Pickles, takes his adventures in stride with wit and charm.Pickles is an intelliEveryday life with an African Grey Parrot seen through the humorous and often twisted mind of his owner, Georgi Her interesting perspectives on animal intellect and unique insights into nature take the reader on a thought provoking, entertaining and often hilarious ride The star of the book, Pickles, takes his adventures in stride with wit and charm.Pickles is an intelligent parrot who constantly challenges Georgi to keep up with him, both physically and intellectually His demanding, outspoken yet fun loving attitude places both himself and his owner in some very amusing, and sometimes embarassing, situations Georgi touches a bit on nature, as it pertains to Pickles when he is outside in his aviary their beautiful yard, trout pond and wild birdlife She speaks of the trials and tribulations of owning a parrot diet, behaviour and bird intellegence but for the most part, this book is about the antics of a parrot who thrives on attention and mischief.

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      Published :2019-04-15T13:53:00+00:00

    About "Georgi Abbott"

    1. Georgi Abbott

      Georgi Abbott was born in Vancouver, BC but has resided in the small town of Logan Lake, in the BC Interior, since 1996 Georgi enjoys a quaint and quiet life with her husband, Neil, their Min Pin dog, Neeka and, of course, their mischievous African Grey Parrot, Pickles She has written 4 humorous books about Pickles, his adventures, and what it s like to live with such an intelligent little creature.

    491 Comments

    1. This book is so laugh out loud funny you will need to blink through the tears in your eyes to read it. The fishing tips will actually help and the story will give you some alone time with your feathered friends. I recommend you buy and recommend that you read it aloud to any pet bird you have.


    2. A flippin' fun read about a lippy bird and the humans he torments. I would recommend this book for anyone who has or loves pets. Pickles had me laughing out loud a time or two. A tip of my hat to Ms. Abbott for not only putting up with Pickles, but having the patience to journal his exploits - probably while being heckled.


    3. Such a good read. I could barely put it down. It's a one for those who have parrots. You will understand where the author is coming from. Informative and humours at the same time. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in the pickles series


    4. Even though I don't have any birds, Pickles had me in stitches all the way through. Georgi's style is unique and easy to read and I love her sense of humour. As someone who has lived in England all her life, it also gave me an insight into Canada and Canadian life which I thoroughly enjoyed. Put me down for the rest of her books! I would recommend to all, even if you don't have any birds!


    5. I just got an african grey so reading about pickles is really exciting me for what Eli could be like. There are lots of grammar and spelling errors in this book, and sometimes the author could use more transitions between subjects.






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