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A little bird just wants some peace and quiet - but he's about to get a whole lot more than he bargained for in this clever picture book debut, in the tradition of Jon Klassen's I Want My Hat Back.It's a beautiful, sunny day in the swamp when a little yellow bird settles down on a rock - only to be interrupted as first a heron, then a frog, then a turtle ask to sit on the rock with him. As each animal says "pardon me," the little bird's replies get grumpier: "I suppose I can't stop you.""It's already crowded, don't you think?""Sure, the entire swamp's here already. Why shouldn't you be, too?" When a fox comes by, the bird finally loses his cool. But it just so happens that fox showed up for a reason, and the little bird's outburst leads to a surprise ending you'll want to read again and again.



About the Author

Daniel Miyares

Daniel Miyares is an author and illustrator of stories for children.

He grew up in the foothills of South Carolina before studying illustration at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL. After graduation he headed West to Kansas City where he now lives with his wife and their two children

Since then he has collaborated with a number of clients including Hallmark Cards, Inc., Simon & Schuster, Charlesbridge Publishing, Imagine Books, National Geographic, Spider Magazine, Ladybug Magazine, and the Kansas City Star.

Daniel has illustrated the books "Bambino and Mr. Twain" and "Waking Up is Hard to Do". "Pardon Me!" was his first adventure as author/illustrator followed by the soon to be released "Float".



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