The Parrot | The Doll Coloring Book

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Collect all the cleaned pages and scale them to make a thumbnail
Book for your dolls.

Assemble a doll-sized mini book: To the left, is a drawing of the parrot and its hair. Visitors can collect all the illustrations and verses of the birds “bird children” To print and build a little book of poetry for their dolls. Simply drag each png file. In the Word document, print, cut out all the pictures to the same size and staple the pages together at the left edge. Squeeze some white school glue along the pointed edge of the pages and attach a cardboard cover.

The parrot is a very wise old bird,
I heard she can speak English pretty well;
He laughs and says in a funny way:
“Do you have a crusher for Miss Polly?”

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Have you ever heard of a cat and a parrot making friends with each other? Well, this strange friendship has been known to happen at least once. The cat and bird I am telling you about were called Puss and Polly, and they grew up together in the same family. They did many funny things, but the funniest scene of all was seeing the parrot bow its head in front of the cat and shout: “Puss! Puss! Scratch-Poly poll!”
Whenever she did, Puss would do as she was told, and would scratch and scratch with her sharp claws until Polly’s head felt good again. Then the bird lights up and says, “Thank you, Puss! Thank you!”
This trick was so well known in the village that children on their way to school often stopped to see it. Sometimes Polly didn’t seem to mind, but other times she would yell, “Get off you, bad kids—go to school!” and away they would trot, for if they did not, Polly would come and peck them.
This friendship lasted for years, and when Puss died the parrot felt so lonely that she hadn’t eaten for days and would say over and over, “Poor! Poor thing!” Henry Altmus Company.

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