The Love Me Bird by Joyce Dunbar

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Singing, "Love me! Love me!", the Love-Me Bird searches high and low for a true love. This sweet narrative by Joyce Dunbar is perfectly complemented by Sophie Fatus' elegant yet gentle illustrations.

THE LOVE-ME BIRD is the sweet story of a small bird who will go to any lengths to find a love. At her friend, Shut-Eye, the owl's coaxing, she primps and preens and plays hard to get, to no avail. Her song is not answered. But after Shut-Eye advises her to change her tune, the Love-Me bird finally finds her true love.

About Joyce Dunbar

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JOYCE DUNBAR has written more than fifty books for children, including The Very Small and This Is the Star. She lives in Norwich, England. DEBI GLIORI has illustrated many beloved picture books, including Joyce Dunbar's Tell Me Something Happy Before I Go to Sleep and Tell Me What It's Like to Be Big, along with her own No Matter What and Penguin Post. She lives near Edinburgh, Scotland.
Published February 21, 2003 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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As Dunbar's (Tell Me Something Happy ) brief story starts, the feathered title character—clad in a pink frock—stands atop a tree, calling out, "Love me!

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