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Mrs Owl and Other Bird Poems Josie Whitehead

Mrs Owl and Other Bird Poems

Josie Whitehead

Published May 10th 2012
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33 pages
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This book is available from the bookshop on JOSIES POEMS2 website: http://josiespoems2.webeden.co.uk/#/b... - but it is also with voice recordings etc via JOSIES POEMS websites. There are five websites and membership (one payment) will give youMoreThis book is available from the bookshop on JOSIES POEMS2 website: http://josiespoems2.webeden.co.uk/#/b... - but it is also with voice recordings etc via JOSIES POEMS websites. There are five websites and membership (one payment) will give you 1100 new poems by this author or you can become a member of individual websites.These poems went into classrooms in 188 countries last year via JOSIES POEMS websites and the Ebooks. This is a wonderful book of bird poems for children of every age group and adults love them too. You will meet Mrs Owl on the cover and younger children love this poem. It is simple to understand and has good rhyme and rhythm which help younger children with reading and also reciting a poem. Here are some questions for you to think about:Who is Mrs Owl watching and what does she do? Which birds knock on Josies windows and doors every day for food? (Yes, every day without exception). Who feels, from high up on his pinnacle, that he is king? However, who is truly the crowned King of Josies garden? Who cannot sleep at night because of the citys night lights? A chitter a chatter a chimney pot nest? Which bird chitters and chatters and builds in chimney pots? Who embraces early mornings gold halcyon rays? Which lazy bird watches with a smirk as some other poor bird, quite unawares, is doing all her work? She says: The joy of all my motherhood I gladly leave with you. Which bird glides with head held high, with pink plumage in its skirt and toss their heads in a gracious head twist preen? All done to charm a mate of course. Which little birds go strangely quiet when the sparrow hawk is overhead? Which bird is rather jealous of those which can fly and catches fish meals for his family? Who is little Miss Popkins and what lesson did she learn whilst still a baby? Who is the most fabulous fowl beneath the sky - - - until it comes to singing, of course? Which bird has velvet-fringed feathers which absorb sounds of night and is is described as a master marauder with his quartering techniques? Which birds live in a fridge made by mankind? Where can one find prime property available in terraced housing in a good residential site? Who is described as a colourful clown on a high cliff top perch? Lastly, whose iridescent plumes hides his shrewd and artful ways? If youre not sure of the answers, this is the book to read and it is a book also to recommend to your local school for all the children that go there. One Ebook gives poems for the whole school. This isnt a new book but has been well market-researched in classrooms worldwide and feedback can be seen in the guestbook of JOSIES POEMS (www.josiespoems.webeden.co.uk)