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I wanted to like this one more than I ended up liking it. So, between stars, but a warm enough heart that I'll round up. Ringo is a little flamingo born with underdeveloped legs, and he never is able to walk.
His friends and family support him, though, and help him survive and grow up. They value him, even as different as he is, and stick up for him when a strange bird encounters their community.
Ringo saves the day though, partially due to his weak legs, when the colony is threated by a I wanted to like this one more than I ended up liking it.
Ringo saves the day though, partially due to his weak legs, when the colony is threated by a wildfire. His heroic actions also earn him a special role in the flamingo community, where he's appreciated for himself and all he can do.
I enjoyed the illustrations, but as a storytime book, it's a bit long for my usual audiences. As a one-on-one read, I think it'd be a good one, especially for children who have someone "different" in their lives maybe even themselves.
I'd recommend it to my colleagues who might have kids they work with who'd benefit. Jun 01, Shemona rated it it was amazing. Ringo the flamingo is a fantastic read and a great way of introducing inclusion within the classroom.
Ringo has a disability as his legs do not function due to this he feels very much alone. One day a terrible fire erupts in which all the other flamingos fly away, leaving Ringo by himself.
As panic begins to set, Ringo realises he is not alone. He discovers a scared little chick whom he protects by overcoming his disability. By doing so he saves her, and is hailed a hero and is given a special Ringo the flamingo is a fantastic read and a great way of introducing inclusion within the classroom.
By doing so he saves her, and is hailed a hero and is given a special role within the community. This makes Ringo very happy. I feel this story is great as it involves inclusion, bullying, and an element of responsibility.
I feel this story would be ideal during the first week of term during circle time as it would encourage children to talk about how they should act, rules, rewards and sanctions, thus setting the tone for the school year ahead.
Rosie Key rated it it was amazing Feb 13, Sheryl rated it it was amazing Nov 02, Paul Horkan rated it it was ok Jan 14, Marianne rated it it was ok Sep 26, Eileen rated it it was amazing May 09, Jill Mcpartland rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Mar 27, Lorna rated it liked it Shelves: animals , self-image , being-different , bullying.
A nice little story about a flamingo who's different from the others and how he still found something he was good at. Amanda added it Dec 22, Ciaran Mcnamee marked it as to-read Jul 06, Norma Vargus marked it as to-read Apr 24, Jenny marked it as to-read Jul 25, Dianne Aquino marked it as to-read Feb 05, Com marked it as to-read Feb 05, Sue is currently reading it May 14, F S Giles marked it as to-read Aug 02, The Questing Child added it Sep 09, Kristy marked it as to-read Oct 02, Vanessa added it Oct 02, Sarah Benecke added it Nov 23, Jane Murphy marked it as to-read Feb 28, Hana marked it as to-read Apr 04, Number Posted 28 July Comment.
The vast plain is home to more than species of birds and its brine ponds provide one of the few European habitats for the greater flamingo.
Workers at the airport were literally left in a flap after an uninvited visitor arrived at the airport late on July 3.
Although it was easy to think that this was just a wind-up or an impromptu training exercise, the case was taken very seriously due to the potential risk to aircraft operations.
It was assumed that the bird had flown away and the runway was cleared for operation. However, at 8am the following morning airport officials were shocked to find new reports of an unwelcome visitor on Runway Two.
Yes, the flamingo was back and this time clearly visible in the morning sunshine. Having located the intruder, Airport staff tried to scare it off the runway using its operations vehicle.
But, their efforts failed, and it confidently carried on walking along the 10,ft landing strip. A wide variety of methods including flares, loud sounds and scare tactics also proved ineffective as the bird simply would not depart the airport.