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About the author


Mary Black Diller started her career in the 1920s as the director of a girl's school art department. She was a prolific poetess, award winning painter and author of multiple children's how to draw books. "Open your eyes! See the beauty around you." This is the message she tried to convey in her books. Use Mary's technique to draw your own Flamingo to keep you company while you read about the adventures of Fio and his Avian Gazette friends.
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Fio the Flamingo
by Mary Black Diller

Overview


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper. He meets other birds as he searches for the most beautiful thing in the world and finally understands the importance of friendship, family and of course, his flamingo flamboyance.
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Description


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper when he gets his neck in a knot by being unkind to another flamingo. He searches for the most beautiful thing in the world to untangle the knot. When he returns home, Fio learns the importance of family and friends. It's the perfect book for adults and children to read together and learn how to draw Fio the Flamingo.
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Overview


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper. He meets other birds as he searches for the most beautiful thing in the world and finally understands the importance of friendship, family and of course, his flamingo flamboyance.

Read more

Description


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper when he gets his neck in a knot by being unkind to another flamingo. He searches for the most beautiful thing in the world to untangle the knot. When he returns home, Fio learns the importance of family and friends. It's the perfect book for adults and children to read together and learn how to draw Fio the Flamingo.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Animals / Birds

Language:English

Series title:Fio & Friends

Series Number:1

Pages:42

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543994056


Overview


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper. He meets other birds as he searches for the most beautiful thing in the world and finally understands the importance of friendship, family and of course, his flamingo flamboyance.

Read more

Description


Fio learns a lesson about controlling his temper when he gets his neck in a knot by being unkind to another flamingo. He searches for the most beautiful thing in the world to untangle the knot. When he returns home, Fio learns the importance of family and friends. It's the perfect book for adults and children to read together and learn how to draw Fio the Flamingo.

Read more

About the author


Mary Black Diller started her career in the 1920s as the director of a girl's school art department. She was a prolific poetess, award winning painter and author of multiple children's how to draw books. "Open your eyes! See the beauty around you." This is the message she tried to convey in her books. Use Mary's technique to draw your own Flamingo to keep you company while you read about the adventures of Fio and his Avian Gazette friends.

Read more
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