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Feathers for peacock / by Jacqueline Jules ; illustrated by Helen Cann.

Jules, Jacqueline, 1956- (author.). Cann, Helen, 1969- (illustrator.).

Available copies

  • 7 of 7 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

Current holds

0 current holds with 7 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Alexandria-Monroe PL - Alexandria jPB JUL (Text) 37521530730706 AMPL Juvenile Picture Book (K-4) Available -
Clinton PL - Clinton C JUL (Text) 3680600420048 CHILDREN FICTION Reshelving -
Fulton Co PL - Aubbee Library (Leiters Ford) EJ JUL (Text) 33187004010464 EJ - Preschool-grade 3 Available -
Fulton Co PL - Fulton Library EJ JUL (Text) 33187004010456 EJ - Preschool-grade 3 Available -
Fulton Co PL - Rochester Main Library EJ JUL (Text) 33187004010449 EJ - Preschool-grade 3 Available -
Montezuma PL - Montezuma E JUL (Text) 36754000300251 Easy Juvenile Fiction Available -
Poseyville Carnegie PL - Poseyville E Jule (Text) 70651000024657 Easy Reader Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781937786533
  • ISBN: 1937786536
  • Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Publisher: [Bloomington, Indiana] : Wisdom Tales, an imprint of World Wisdom, Inc. [2016]

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Long ago, when the world was brand new, all birds were naked. It wasn't fair. Foxes had fur. Turtles had shells. Birds deserved warm coats, too. Disgruntled, they approach the first full spring moon for advice. Birds of all shapes and sizes attend the meeting. Everyone except Peacock. He arrives on the scene late, to find his friends covered with warm, colorful feathers. “Look at Peacock! He's still naked!” All the birds stare at poor Peacock trembling in the cold night air. What will Peacock and his friends do? Find out in this beautiful and charming pourquoi story about kindness. Award-winning author Jacqueline Jules blends folk tale motifs from around the world to offer an original explanation for why the peacock has such beautiful feathers. An appendix provides more informationabout peacocks. Helen Cann's stunning illustrations give young readers fun opportunities to identify the colors and plant life of spring. Feathers for Peacock is a gently humorous tale of generosity and friendship.
Subject: Peacocks > Fiction.
Birds > Fiction.
Feathers > Fiction.
Generosity > Fiction.

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