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A Flamboyance, A Crash, and A Dazzle

A Flamboyance, A Crash, and A Dazzle



This book is filled with animals, birds, reptiles of all sorts! Collective nouns are words that describe groups of things. Who would have thought a group of flamingos is called a flamboyance.  Written in verse, it's entertaining, educational, and colorful and a terrific book for children!

The stripes of a zebra go from tail to the face!
They’re fancy and festive, look cool when they race.
They run like the wind, wear themselves to a frazzle.
 A big group of zebras? What else but a DAZZLE.

"Gorgeous, fanciful, hilarious, and completely entertaining. This clever collection of collectives will enchant your kids - and you! Read it together laugh, and learn. Hank Phillippi Ryan - Bestselling author of eight mystery novels, winner of multiple prestigious awards for her crime fiction, award-winning journalist, on-air investigative reporter for Boston's NBC affiliate." --Hank Phillippi Ryan

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