9780828017350

Jet : The True Story of a Talking Supercrow

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  • ISBN13:

    9780828017350

  • ISBN10:

    0828017352

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-05-01
  • Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing
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Summary

First, he learned to eat. Then he learned to come when called. Then to wear a cape and ride a bike. Next he mastered hide-and-seek. Then he learned to talk. Not bad for a crow. Jet went on to master the wicked art of summoning the neighbor dog ("Kroker! Come, Kroker, come!"), only to rebuke him in his master's voice ("Bad dog! Go home, Kroker!"). Then one day he came to church. This is the true story of one fabulous bird with a 30-word vocabulary whose raucous antics delighted all who knew him--well, except for the neighbor who raised pigeons. Now you can enjoy this natural wonder through the eyes of Rhoda and her sister, Marion, Jet's owner. But watch out, or he might caw and croak his way right into your heart.

Author Biography

Rhoda Warner Bacmeister, who was born in 1893, was known for her children's poetry

Table of Contents

The Orphan Adoptedp. 9
Jet Grows Upp. 16
Jet's Gamesp. 24
Jet Learns to Talkp. 31
Jet's Friendsp. 39
Jet's Pranksp. 49
Jet Leaves Usp. 58
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