Posted by: nancyisanders | April 15, 2016

Book Review: Baby Wren and the Great Gift

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Baby Wren and the Great Gift
by Sally Lloyd-Jones
Art by Jen Corace

Summary
Baby wren peeps out of her nest that is perched high up on a canyon wall. As she sees the world and the other animals, she wishes she could do all the things they can do. She wishes she could fish like the kingfisher. Then she wishes she could do cartwheels like a ring-tailed cat. Then she wishes she could swim and splash like the sunfish and fly high above the stormy sky like the eagles. In the end, little wren looks out over the beautiful canyon glowing in the sunset and sings out a happy song of thanksgiving. She has discovered her talent after all.

What I Like
This is a simple story and the illustrations are very sweet. It will be a nice quiet book to read to little ones and share the simple message that we each have our own unique talents.

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