California (PRWEB) March 09, 2014
Inspired after witnessing his wife deal with handicapped children, author Morey Johnson uncovers a heartwarming tale in “The Quiet Bird” (published by Trafford Publishing). This fantasy book tells the story of one Robin who is distinct from his kind. His journey will let young readers understand the beauty of overcoming one’s difference and finding happiness in what one has been blessed with.
This book tells about Andy, the Robin who cannot sing. He is the only one among his siblings who cannot find his voice. His mother worries over him. What if he will be an outcast because he is so different from his kind? But Andy has a special ability. He can fly higher into the stars, unlike any other Robin could do. His ability is marveled by his family. Soon, everybody has heard of the Robin who cannot sing but can reach the highest sky. Will that be enough to make up for his lack of voice?
A vibrant book with colorful illustrations and an engaging narrative, “The Quiet Bird” is an inspiring tale that will motivate young readers who find themselves different from the rest to find their own special ability and overcome the stigma of not being like everyone else. Andy’s journey will give them hope and let them capture the sense of belonging they have always dreamt of, despite their differences. It also teaches them a valuable lesson – that no matter how different one is, they are still a part of the whole and it is important to accept them for who they are.
“‘The Quiet Bird’ is a story that relates to how many children feel about themselves today, even ones that aren’t physically handicapped,” Johnson says. “Hopefully, the reader comes away thinking that they are special in different ways.”
“The Quiet Bird
By Morey Johnson
Softcover | 8.5x11in | 24 pages | ISBN 9781490723754
e-book | 20 pages | ISBN 9781490723747
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Aside from “The Quiet Bird,” Morey Johnson has also authored “The Gopher Keeper”.
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