A playful read-along story about New Zealand bird song and movement. All the birds in the forest are singing and dancing. All except Kakapo. Kakapo can’t coo and glide like Kereru, chirp andtwirl like Fantail, hop and chime like Bellbird, or whistle and waddle like Whio. But the other birds are having so much fun that he can’t help joining them—in his own Kakapo way.