Sitting on a pier in New Zealand, Ollie dreams of traveling the world. Lucy already has! When a lonely girl and a royal albatross happen upon each other, an unlikely friendship takes off. What unfolds is a journey of discovery, connection, and recovery that leads to the revelation of Ollie's true purpose. Each of us has a struggle to overcome. Sometimes all it takes is seeing the world through a dear friend's eyes.
|Publisher:||Pickle Family Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Sheri Roberts is an occupational/hand therapist who has been practicing at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, since 1988, and has dealt daily with those who are laden with illness, injury, and disability. She is well-versed in the art of engaging her patients in activities with a goal of restoration or adaptation in mind. The inspiration for Live to Fly…was in response to her daughter Lucy’s request for her to make up a story about a bird. Her quest to find the most interesting and impressive bird led to the albatross as the only choice. This will be Sheri’s first children’s book, however, her book on anatomy has been published by Denoyer Geppert Science International. Sheri maintains a website (www.handinmind.com) that promotes albatross information and preservation, as well as advertising an educational and entertaining albatross tour she frequently gives to Atlanta area schools and civic groups. You may write to Sheri at the above website.