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[ Read Online Feather Mountain Æ transgender-romance PDF ] by Elizabeth Olds â Popular EPub, Feather Mountain Author Elizabeth Olds This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Feather Mountain, Essay By Elizabeth Olds Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please read And Make A Refission For You An interesting picture book on the origin of birds and their feathers This book had great illustrations as well This is rather long with a mythological story about how birds got there feathers Somehow, I doubt Elizabeth made this up herself, but is riffing off a myth she heard somewhere, probably a Native American myth as she does use the Great Spirit in here that the birds appeal too I think I have heard this book before.
The birds are naked and an ugly pink All the other animals make fun of them, so they must go to Feather Mountain to get their feathers and the Turkey Vulture volunteers to go and get them The book gives answers as to why birds look the way they do It s a nice story, a bit too long.
Several of the pictures are black and white and they add in pictures of color here and there and the birds are pretty in color It s not the best artwork I ve seen, but it is unique The kids attention started to wane a bit, but they liked it mostly The nephew gave



Why do birds have feathers This book doesn t know.
It s a weird story I guess it s based on an Iroquois legend Basically, once upon a time, birds had no feathers Somehow they were able to fly, nonetheless We re not really sure how They were just always naked and pink They didn t really mind, but when they realized all the other animals were making fun of them, they called on the Great Spirit, as our friends the Indians do, you know, Please give us coverings and the Great Spirit said, Go get them They re on Feather Mountain, waiting for you And the turkey buzzard flies to Feather Mountain and picks a very colorless suit because he can fly very far with it, and brings a bunch of feathers back to his friends, and they all argue about who should get which feathers Then they do it methodically and pick feather coverings that will help them hide And that s the end.
There s not really much to This is the story of how birds got their feathers I am not crazy about these kind of origin stories anyway, and this one was a little too weird for me Some things about it are neat such as the organized way in which the birds decide who will be colorful, and who will be dull but other things like the mountain itself didn t really work for me I think my favorite part of the whole book is the last image which shows all the different types of birds I loved identifying the birds in my neighborhood when I was a kid, and a chart like that would have thrilled me.

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