When Winker Leafkin finds a beautiful blue egg to enter in the elfin Easter contest, he doesn't realize what trouble it will be to raise a baby robin. As soon as the egg hatches, there are worms to dig and predators to escape, but the tiny elf finds the most difficult challenge isn�t even teaching the bird to fly. The hardest for Winker is his fear of saying goodbye. This springtime story of friendship and adventure is a great fantasy for younger readers. Includes 5 full-page color illustrations.
|Publisher:||The Waking Light Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||6 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Arlene Williams is a graphic designer and has been writing children's books for over twenty years. She loves to write tales of fantasy and adventure that are both fun and uplifting. Several of her books have won honors and awards, including the children's picture book "Dragon Soup" and "Tales from the Dragon's Cave." Other popular titles include: A Fire in the Night; A Year With Winker Leafkin; How to be a Dragon... without burning your tongue (young adult); and Simmie with Secrets.