By Terry Deary
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Includes bibliographical references. eISBN 978-1-62014-177-9 1. Puerto Rican parrot—Juvenile literature. 2. Puerto Rican parrot—Conservation—Juvenile literature. 3. Endangered species—Puerto Rico—Juvenile literature. 4. Natural history—Puerto Rico—Juvenile literature. 5. Puerto Rico—Environmental conditions—Juvenile literature. I. Trumbore, Cindy. II. Title. 7097295—dc23 2012048195 Book design by Christy Hale Book production by The Kids at Our House The text is set in Francois One The illustrations are rendered in paper and fabric collage Text copyright © 2013 by Susan L.
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