The Extinction Files: America of The North - Book #2
In 1768... Captain Biscuitbeard, his Chief Mate Mr. Jollyho and the rest of his band of pirates have returned to England from the island in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
The captain has brought back the very last Dodo bird on Earth. He is in love with the captain's favorite dove, Tallulah. More
Being the last of something is very important. Since Cuthbert was the very last Dodo bird in the world it meant that when he died the Dodo bird would became extinct.
Extinction is explained this way: It means something is gone forever because you need at least one boy animal and one girl animal to make more of the same animal.
While they were still on the island, Captain Biscuitbeard's favorite pigeon Tallulah and Cuthbert the Dodo bird, fell in love.
So, when they got back to England, the captain built the love birds a special pen so they could start a family. Soon, the couple had two dozen pidgey-doos running around Captain Biscuitbeard's farm.
America of The North is the second in a series of children's books that tackles the topics of love and friendship, but the captain and his crew take another long seafaring journey.
This time they are headed to the America of The North.
See how love conquers all as Captain Biscuitbeard and his men discover America for themselves in The Extinction Files: America of The North - Book #2.
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