Cordova, TN (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
There is no greater love than a mother’s for her child. It doesn’t matter if they don’t look alike or if they don’t share the same bloodline; an adoptive mother is capable of loving children as if they were her own flesh and blood. In “Carmen’s Baby Birdie”, author Brandi Lamb Blouin shares a charming tale of how a parrot finds a baby birdie to call her own.
In this picture book, young readers will get to know Carmen, a beautiful parrot who loves her friends, who in turn love her very much. Though she is well-loved by her friends, Carmen wants to have a family of her own. One day, her dreams come true when a baby birdie wants and needs a mommy bird just as much as Carmen wants and needs a baby birdie. Carmen and her flock of friends love the new baby birdie and welcome her with open wings. Carmen, however, is nervous because of her wounded wing. Luckily, her best friend, Mel, gives her the support she needs to help her through all of her adventures.
Filled with vivid and vibrant illustrations, “Carmen’s Baby Birdie” is a delightful story that demonstrates the depth of a mother’s love through Carmen the parrot. It will show young readers what Carmen did to prepare for the coming of her baby birdie and how friendship proved to be a constant pillar of support throughout her decision. A thoroughly engaging tale, parents and children are sure to enjoy this picture book and will look forward to Carmen’s upcoming adventures.
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About the Author
Brandi Lamb Blouin is a Registered Nurse, Lifeguard, Instructor, and mom of two baby birdies of her own from Guatemala. She is also a volunteer for many civic organizations, especially when the benefactors are children. The author is currently in Memphis working on Carmen’s next adventure.
Carmen's Baby Birdie * by Brandi Lamb Blouin
Picture Book; $15.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4691-6937-8
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