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About the author:
Michael Titus lives with three cats, including one who is a ghost, surrounded by the hauntingly beautiful mountains of rural West Virginia. He is fond of coffee and tea, and collects small tin wind-up toy robots and bowler hats. He is currently writing his second book.
The Girl Who Read To Birds
Julie L Miller
Julie L Miller
The Girl Who Read To Birds, a fantasy novel written by Michael Titus and illustrated by Julie Miller, is an urban fable, a modern fairy tale about Avery Street, an eccentric 12-year old girl whose greatest delight is reading to birds -- crows, ravens, wrens; the birds are all too eager to hear tales inspired by the human imagination. Avery is a misfit child, to her parents, teachers and classmates. Her struggle is to hold her ground, survive the conventional world, and keep herself terribly alive in a place where true magic is said to exist only in books, not in real life.
Avery's path to redemption requires a courage and conviction that it rare in contemporary society, where to be different is to be outcast, bullied, shamed and shunned.
How far would you go to follow your dreams?
The Girl Who Read To Birds is a full-color, lushly illustrated book that will be treasured by young and old alike.
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- Publication Date:
- 0983821208 / 9780983821205
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 8.5"
- Full Color with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary