What The Parrot Told Alice is written by Dale Smith, illustrated by John Bardwell, “What the Parrot Told Alice” is an engaging story about a curious young girl and a parrot who changes her view of the world. This environmental novel for readers eight and up entertains young readings while delivering an important message about wildlife smuggling, conservation and the environment. In reading What The Parrot Told Alice children learn their small voices can become one big voice heard around the world.
“What the Parrot Told Alice is a remarkable story, founded on fact. It is destined to awaken the conscience of young people to crucial issues of our time, such as habitat destruction and exploitation of wildlife. It deserves to be read (and will be greatly enjoyed) by all thinking people from nine to 90. It is so much more than a children’s story – it is a cry from the heart of one of an increasing band of forward-looking individuals who understand the destruction of the world’s resources must be halted quickly, and that this can be done only by educating today’s young people.
Dale Smith’s imaginative and thoughtful story will long live in the minds of all who read it…..”
- Age Range: 8 and up
- Grade Level: 4 – 6
- Paperback: 128 pages
- Publisher: Deer Creek Publishing
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0965145271
- ISBN-13: 978-0965145275
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