10 Books About Twitterby Beth Carswell
Do Monkeys Tweet?
Delightful board book teaches children about animal sounds and characteristics.
Twitter and Tweet Amanda D. Tourville
This book teaches all the needed feeding, health and more tips to bring home a bird!
United Tweets of America
This parade of state birds will have readers of all ages laughing aloud.
The Story of Timothy Twitter
Enter the magical, marvellous world of minuscule mouse Timothy Twitter.
Published in 1951, Little Tweet is the fun, unforgettable story of a circus calliope.
Twitter tweet... if you think I'm talking about birds, you're behind the times. Twitter is a social networking site (yes, another one) which is somewhere between an RSS feed and a mini-blog, for the attention-span impaired. Basically, a user creates a profile with a brief (naturally) bit of information about themselves, then sets about choosing what other users to 'follow' on Twitter.
Users can update each other on everything from the mundane to the personal to the bizarre, all in neat 140 character packages (called 'Tweets'), and in some cases, hundreds of times per day. Some people are so jacked in to Twitter that they utilize a feature which enables Tweets to be sent directly to their mobile phones or PDAs. Twitter was founded in 2006, and already boasts roughly 6 million users. There are already plenty of books about Twitter, for those who would like to learn more, but they're rather dull.
Our preferred Twitter books are listed here. They all contain over 140 characters - even the coloring book. And with all that said, you can follow AbeBooks on Twitter for tweets on our latest articles, features, blog posts and contests!
Murder, My Tweet
Detective Chet Gecko and his associate, Natalie Attired, are led to a mystery involving blackmail and robots.
Mrs. Twitter the Animal Sitter
Meet Mrs. Twitter - an animal sitter who takes care of the most unusual animals!
Tweet, Oompa, Bumpety-Boom
In this delightful volume, kids will discover how each musical instrument is unique in size, shape, features, and sound.
The Twitter Machine Neil V. Smith
This book provides an overview of modern theoretical linguistics, and manages to be both accessible and humorous.
A 96-page coloring and activity book featuring the plucky cartoon canary, Tweety Bird.