The Sulky Vulture by Sally Grindley

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Head pulled down, shoulders hunched up, toes curled in, Boris the vulture is sulking. when Boris's friends see that he needs cheering up, they try to help out--but nothing seems to go quite right and Boris ends up even grumpier! Finally, he goes home to mom for a cuddle, but this is one vulture that just WON'T be comforted!

The Sulky Vulture is sweet and silly. Parents and children will enjoy reading and laughing together at Boris's stubborn determination to sulk through the day.
 

About Sally Grindley

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Sally Grindley is the author of numerous books for children including No Trouble at All. In England, she is the recipient of the Federation of Children's Books Group Prize for SSSH!Michael Terry has illustrated many picture books, including The Selfish Crocodile, which was a best-seller in the UK. He lives in England.
 
Published August 5, 2002 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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882, etc.) hard-to-please hero (“Head pulled down, shoulders hunched up, toes curled in, Boris the vulture was sulking”) and catch on quickly to Grindley’s predictable story structure.

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Boris the vulture is having a bad day, so bad that he resists everyone's attempts to cheer him up.

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