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By Philip D. Eastman

Illus. in colour. a toddler poultry is hatched whereas his mom is away. Fallen from his nest, he units out to appear for her and asks each person he meets -- together with a puppy, a cow, and a airplane -- "Are you my mother?"  

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33 Now the baby bird did not walk. He ran! Then he saw a car. Could that old thing be his mother? No, it could not. 34 The baby bird did not stop. He ran on and on. Now he looked way, way down. 35 He saw a boat. ” said the baby bird. He called to the boat, but the boat did not stop. The boat went on. 36 He looked way, way up. “Here I am, Mother,” he called out. But the plane did not stop. The plane went on. 37 Just then, the baby bird saw a big thing. ” he said. “Mother, Mother! ” he said to the big thing.

He called to the boat, but the boat did not stop. The boat went on. 36 He looked way, way up. “Here I am, Mother,” he called out. But the plane did not stop. The plane went on. 37 Just then, the baby bird saw a big thing. ” he said. “Mother, Mother! ” he said to the big thing. ” 39 “Oh, you are not my mother,” said the baby bird. “You are a Snort. ” 40 But the baby bird could not get away. The Snort went up. And up, up, up went the baby bird. But now, where was the Snort going? “Oh, oh, oh! What is this Snort going to do to me?

45 “Yes, I know who you are,” said the baby bird. “You are not a cow.

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