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Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight (Tales of Tree City, #1)

Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight Tales of Tree City Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly It s no wonder in Tree City none of the birds do When Charlie seeks out the secret behind his feathers Doctor Nightingale claims he has a dangerous childhood d

  • Title: Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight (Tales of Tree City, #1)
  • Author: David Anderson D.F. Anderson Daniel McCloskey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Charlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly It s no wonder in Tree City, none of the birds do When Charlie seeks out the secret behind his feathers, Doctor Nightingale claims he has a dangerous childhood disease, the cure for which is feather plucking Charlie will do anything to find out the truth, even disobey the adults who think they know what s best for him This new ediCharlie Sparrow has no idea he can fly It s no wonder in Tree City, none of the birds do When Charlie seeks out the secret behind his feathers, Doctor Nightingale claims he has a dangerous childhood disease, the cure for which is feather plucking Charlie will do anything to find out the truth, even disobey the adults who think they know what s best for him This new edition of the entertaining and inspiring chapter book for kids ages 6 9 has over thirty wonderful illustrations by illustrator Daniel McCloskey, replacing the author done doodles appearing in the original version.

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    1. Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight: David AndersonAcceptance is something that many people never attain especially when they are born with a disability. Some are disabilities affect their learning while others inhibit them physically. Children all too often learn from their parents to walk away from another child that appears to be different or even a different race or color. Charlie Sparrow is special and believe it or not can fly. Now, what is so amazing about that? Well: Charlie has not [...]


    2. When I received the opportunity to read a free copy of Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight, I thought, "Well . . . why not?" Talking animal books aren't really my thing, mostly because I tend to feel like the animals are over-anthropomorphized (just humans in different shape). But this book pleasantly surprised me.I liked the concept of a society of birds who don't know they are capable of flight; the concept was executed surprisingly well, too, way better than I expected. I kept on asking [...]


    3. THE WISHING SHELF BOOK AWARDS13th January 2018TITLE: Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight, Tales of Tree City, Book 1AUTHOR: D. F. AndersonStar Rating: 5CATCHY QUOTE‘A wonderful little chapter book from a very talented writer. Smoothly-written prose, a fascinating plot and a strong, determined hero to cheer for. Kids will love it!’ Wishing ShelfREVIEWI very much enjoyed this delightful chapter book for 6 – 9 year olds. The central premise is well-thought out and the characters are inte [...]


    4. I was asked to review this by LibrarythingThis is a cute book and the author writes about birds that cannot fly- this is about being different and this is a great message for children and adults. We do not all conform to what is expected or the "norm" we need to be accepted for what we are. This book highlights how the birds help each other- this is a simple message which children will understand it does not need anything other than this message. The illustrations are good.Don't give up.Recommen [...]


    5. This story has a great portrayal of how to stand up for yourself and also how to be yourself. The resolution to the conflict of the protagonist's discoveries of flight did feel a little sudden, but other than that it was a cute story. It has cute illustrations as well.


    6. What a delightful story! I thoroughly enjoyed this children’s book and will gift it to my grandson! I look forward to reading and buying D.F. Anderson’s other Charlie sparrow books! Kudos also to Daniel McCloskey for the wonderful illustrations!


    7. Great read We are larning how feathers help in flight. This is a good read to get imagination going for my students.


    8. This review originally appeared at Create With Joy. Giveaway through May 19, 2013.Have you ever met a bird who didn’t know he could fly?Can you envision a whole town filled with birds who believe they have arms, not wings!Imagine what life in Tree City – the place they call home – must be like!In Charlie Sparrow and The Secret of Flight, David Anderson has created a delightful world you and your children will want to visit again and again!In this book, you’ll meet Charlie Sparrow – a y [...]


    9. Charlie Sparrow was going to help his Dad fix the guard rails in Tree City. The guard rails are there so no bird falls out of the tree they live in. In Charlie’s world, none of the birds fly. They actually don’t know they can fly! While Charlie is helping his dad, he slips and falls, but when he spreads his arms something miraculous happens! He floats down and lands softly below. Charlie realizes there is something special about the feathers on his arms. His parents take Charlie to see Docto [...]


    10. Charlie Sparrow is very young and according to his parents he is acting strange by jumping from heights. This is not normal behavior he could harm himself. He has such long feathers that are out of the ordinary. His parents have always cut their feather back because they just get in the way. Especially for his father because he builds staircases to the very tops of the trees. Now it will be necessary to have Charlie's feathers completely removed. Charlie is determined to keep his feathers. His p [...]


    11. My Review: Charlie went with his dad to the top of the tree to help repair the long staircase that coiled around the tree. Mr Sparrow set Charlie down and started to hammer along the wood of the steps. When he looked up Charlie was no longer with him for he has climbed to the top of the stairs. Then there was a snap and Charlie came falling off the banister. Mr Sparrow leapt up the stairs to catch Charlie but it was too late as Charlie started to fall. You will think they will both fly to each o [...]


    12. This is a cute little story, with some scary parts. It is scary and tense when they try and de-feather Charlie, the whole court room scene, and the police raiding the hide-out. I didn't like the dad being so negative and mean, either. However, it does have some very good lessons about finding your wings, achieving your dreams, not giving up, and not letting those around you bring you down. It is clean besides the scary parts, and I would recommend it for second graders as a silent read, and five [...]


    13. David pens "Charlie Sparrow and the Secret of Flight" in a truly unique plot about birds that cannot fly. The author touches on the subject of being different and acceptance in such a way that my 6 year old nephew could understand and relate to. I was impressed with the simple, yet message yielding illustrations throughout the book that make the whole story line come to life. A total must read for children ages 6 and up, and also for adults.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the a [...]


    14. I really enjoyed the story. I liked that Charlie didn't give up even though he was different. I think this is a very good message for kids today. When we stand up for ourselves, we are usually standing up for others!


    15. I definitely like this book and will sit down with my son and daughter to read. because I think we all need to learn to accept each other the way we are. It also shows them how the birds, sparrow help each othernt wait to read to my kids and see what they say. thanks. recommend for all kids


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