Feathers in the mountains.

  • 163 Pages
  • 3.20 MB
  • English
M. O. Collins , Salisbury [Rhodesia]
StatementIllustrated by Rosemary West.
LC ClassificationsPZ7.N4283 Fe
The Physical Object
Pagination163 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5469089M
LC Control Number73172079

And the turkey buzzard flies to Feather Mountain and picks a very colorless suit because he can fly very far with it, and brings a bunch of feathers back to his friends, and they all argue about who should get which feathers.

Then they do it methodically and pick feather coverings that /5(2).

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They are told that Feathers in the mountains. book is a mountain of feathers waiting for them. The turkey buzzard goes to get feathers, and the birds have a grand time choosing their feathers and painting themselves. I really enjoyed the illustrations; the colors come through well and fit the tone of the book/5.

At the beginning of And the Mountains Echoed, Abdullah finds a small yellow gh his sister Pari (who collects feathers) has recently been adopted by another family, the Wahdatis, Abdullah still decides to keep the feather. In one sense, he does this because he loves his sister, and wants to give her the feather later.

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At the beginning of the book, it is said that Pari loves feathers and has a collection of them. They are her most prized possession. But when Pari is sold to the childless Wahdati couple, she has to leave her collection of feathers behind in. A pheasant’s breast feather is orange with a black tip and brown base.

Easy to ID when seen with other pheasant feathers on roadkill. Goldfinch feathers show part of the yellow wing-bar on the secondary feathers, a white base and a white tip forming the wing’s white trailing edge.

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They landed on the chairs and on the bookcase, on the clock, on the cat which jumped after them. They floated over the table and into the teacups, on the rabbi and on the man with the knife, and a lot of them flew out of the window in a big swirling, whirling trail.

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Now, when she had arrayed herself and flung back her hair, the Fairy began to dance upon the yellow sand. In and out of the feather robe crept her fairy feet. Slowly, softly, she went with folded wings and sang: “Oh, the gold and silver mountains of the.

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