A Pigeon in Paris: Petite Takes Flight
The story of A Pigeon in Paris: Petite Takes Flight begins with a mother bird flying around and deciding to make Paris her home. She builds a nest and lays three eggs. Three baby birds hatch and begin to grow. One day, it is time for them to learn to fly; two of the babies figure it out right away, but Petite decides right away that she cannot do it. Petite would be happy staying in the nest for the rest of her life—if it weren’t for the fact that she gets hungry. She decides to try once more and, not being perfect, she eventually figures it out and realizes she can do it!
A Pigeon in Paris is a fun book to read, but it also isn’t fun because it shows me that when I say “I can’t” or “I won’t,” maybe this isn’t true and I can do it. The pictures in the book are pretty, with light colors and flowers on many of the pages. Kids of any age will enjoy this story because it teaches them something and it is enjoyable and easy to read, too.
|Author||Paige Howard, Joanie Stone|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Sleeping Bear Press|
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