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By David McPhail, David McPhail (Illustrator)
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Description


David McPhail's The Lost Little Bird is a funny and affirming picture book about a little bird who goes on an adventure to discover who he is.

When a little bird bumps his head one day, he loses his memory. He can't even remember what kind of bird he is! Determined to find out, he sets off on a great journey. Along the way, he meets many new birds—including some scary crows, an inquisitive owl, and two helpful chickens—but none who are quite like him. Where is his bird of a feather?

Sweet and heartfelt, The Lost Little Bird is a story about accepting yourself as you are.

About the Author


David McPhail published his first children's book, The Bear's Toothache, in 1972. Since then, he has written and/or illustrated more than fifty books including No! and The Abandoned Lighthouse, published by Roaring Brook Press. He lives in New Hampshire.

David McPhail published his first children's book, The Bear's Toothache, in 1972. Since then, he has written and/or illustrated more than fifty books including No! and The Abandoned Lighthouse, published by Roaring Brook Press. He lives in New Hampshire.

Praise For…


"A tweet little tale of finding one’s place in the world." —Kirkus Reviews

"A charming tale of identity, perfect for story hours welcoming spring." —School Library Journal

"This sweet story of self-discovery can serve as a first look at bird identification as well." —The Horn Book

Product Details
ISBN: 9781250222916
ISBN-10: 1250222915
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Publication Date: March 30th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English

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