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Hey, Charlie!
Contributor(s): Kruse, Donald W. (Author), Crank, Donny (Illustrator), Douglas, Donna (Foreword by)

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ISBN: 0998197211     ISBN-13: 9780998197210
Publisher: Zaccheus Entertainment
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Binding Type: Paperback
Published: January 2017
Additional Information
BISAC Categories:
- Juvenile Fiction | Religious - Christian - Animals
- Juvenile Fiction | Animals - Jungle Animals
- Juvenile Fiction | Religious - Christian - Fantasy & Science Fiction
Age Level: 4-12
Grade Level: PreK-7
Physical Information: 0.14" H x 8.5" W x 8.5" (0.32 lbs) 52 pages
Features: Illustrated
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Publisher Description:

Every day in the jungle, the singing parrot, Polly Dardon, sits atop her tree, singing the most beautiful songs for all the jungle animals to hear. The happy animals gather beneath her tree, smiling, clapping, and enjoying her beautiful singing. But one animal in the group, Charlie the chimp, isn't happy. He never laughs or talks, and he never responds to Polly's singing. But why? Her singing is so moving, so touching, that it brings tears to the eyes of the other jungle animals. But not Charlie. Charlie remains unmoved and unresponsive. One day, Polly and the other animals decide to confront Charlie and ask him what is problem is. Charlie just grins sheepishly and scratches his ear. But he doesn't speak. His bizarre behavior baffles the group beyond belief. What is Charlie's problem? Finally Gomez the gorilla solves the mystery. "Charlie can't hear " But now what to do? Will Charlie ever be able to hear? Will he be ostracized by the other animals? And will he forever miss out on Polly's beautiful singing? This unique and entertaining Christian story is written in verse with full-color illustrations throughout. Includes an inspirational foreword by Donna Douglas. For readers and listeners ages 4 and up.

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