Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Grandpa Hates the Bird: Today's Kindle Book of the Day 2/28

Perfectly complementing today's free app, our bargain Kindle book of the day is a collection of stories that are perfectly suited for kids. From author Eve Yohalem, Grandpa Hates the Bird is full of silly, crazy stories that will have your kids rolling on the floor in laughter. If you're looking for something fun and age-appropriate to share with your kids, do yourself a favor and give this popular collection a look!

Name: Grandpa Hates the Bird
Rating: 4.4 stars over 10 reviews
Price: 2.99
Description: “Alas, it is true. Grandpa hates me. He has always hated me, even before I used his ear as a swing toy (his lobes are so long and flappy!). I can’t imagine why. I assume Grandpa hates me simply because I am the bird—and he is not.”

Everybody loves Bird. Joseph and Maya, Mother and Father, Humphrey the dog, Slick the snake. Everyone except Grandpa, who will stop at nothing to set Bird free. Forever.

• How does the battle begin when Bird and Grandpa are alone together for a whole week?
• See classroom chaos in Bring Your Pet to School Day!
• Exactly what are they hunting at the Aw Shoot archery range?

Fasten your feathers and warm up your wings—here are six collected short stories in the Grandpa Hates the Bird series!

Reviews: "Hysterical! In her latest work Mrs. Yohalem exhibits her versatility as a writer for young adults. Her previous novel, "Escape Under the Forever Sky" was a heartfelt glimpse at a horrific situation, made understandable for all ages through sensible language and incredible storytelling. Because this book can be electronically delivered-I can not stress enough that on that next road trip you turn off the radio, take away the iPods, and download this book on a kindle or iPad to read as a family. In the world of young-adult fiction this is one of those books that adults can genuinely enjoy as much as the kids."

Get your copy of Grandpa Hates the Bird now!


  1. I LOVED this short book! Especially since I so well understood Parrots. I had one for 25 years and this book is so dead on and funny!


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