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Aditya Shukla Shukla من عند Perlampady, Karnataka 574223، الهند من عند Perlampady, Karnataka 574223، الهند

قارئ Aditya Shukla Shukla من عند Perlampady, Karnataka 574223، الهند

Aditya Shukla Shukla من عند Perlampady, Karnataka 574223، الهند

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ماذا أقول .... كنت متورطًا بالكامل في حياة ماك ... المأساة التي يعاني منها. لكنني لم أقدر الشخصيات الخيالية التي قابلها في Shack ... على الرغم من أنني أفهم ما الذي كان يريده المؤلف ... لم أكن أهتم به.

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I found this one on the Project Gutenberg website. It's a beginner's book on birds, aimed at older children, but full of good bird information. It was published in 1897. Mabel Wright (1859 - 1934) was an author and amateur naturalist; Elliot Coues was a leading ornithologist. The illustrations are by Louis Agassiz Fuertes, the Audubon of his day. The premise of the book is that Dodo (short for Theodora) and her brother Nat are visiting their Uncle Roy and cousin Olive in the country. Uncle Roy happens to be an ornithologist and teaches the children about Citizen Bird, his meaning being that birds are good American citizens and do many useful jobs for man. The parts of the book starring the family's servant "Mammy-Bun" needless to say are not politically correct. And, alas, there is no mention of the titmouse.