Little Bird You Are Perfectby Shelley Joy, Richa Kinra (Illustrator)
Little Bird awakens to a perfect day. It is going to be his first real taste of the real world and he is so excited! What he finds during his adventure, is something entirely different. His excitement about his perfect day turns to sadness when he realizes that he is different from all of the other birds he encounters and is reminded of his differences
For ages 3-9
Little Bird awakens to a perfect day. It is going to be his first real taste of the real world and he is so excited! What he finds during his adventure, is something entirely different. His excitement about his perfect day turns to sadness when he realizes that he is different from all of the other birds he encounters and is reminded of his differences by a group of more grown up birds who tease him. A visit by Native American Sorceress Kanka, changes Little Bird's outlook on himself as he gazes into the pools of her eyes and he sees himself as the Great Spirit sees him, perfect in every way! Just like Little Bird, YOU are perfect too!
- Mirror Publishing
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)
- Age Range:
- 4 - 9 Years
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I teach children with special needs and I was delighted to come across this book to read to my students. The illustrations are beautiful and engaging as well as the story itself. While reading I simply sat back and shared allowing myself the joy of taking in what my students were thinking and feeling. One of my little girls with Asperger's Syndrome replied with joy as she said, 'Hey Mrs. S. that's just like us!' This book is a delight for all children but it especially spoke to the heart of a child who feels they are 'different!' Thank you Shelley Joy!
Licensed psychologist and certified psychoanalyst Dr. Deborah Serani, pronounces Little Bird, ".a great, sweet wonderful book. I love your message. And the illustrations are very beautiful. I just ordered another one to give to my niece for Christmas." A frequent go-to expert, providing insight on a variety of psychological subjects for numerous media outlets, Dr. Serani's interviews can be found in Psychology Today, Newsday, The Chicago Sun Times, Glamour Magazine The Associated Press, and affiliate radio programs at CBS and NPR. Dr. Serani has also worked as a technical advisor for the NBC television show Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.