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Two Can Toucan

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Author: David McKee

Illustrator: David McKee

There was once a bird in the forest that was completely black, except for his white eyes, who was laughed at by all the other animals because he did not have a name. So he must go to seek his fortune. This modern fable answers the question "How did the toucan get its name?"—and also incidentally his amazing colors. David McKee's first ever picture book—published in its original size—is reissued to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Andersen Press.