Friday, May 6, 2011

Birds Can Fly and So Can I by Noa Nimrodi


In this rhyming story you child will soar with giraffe to heights unknown.  Giraffe moves from dreams to reality.  Your child will learn what it takes to make a dream become real.  Very nicely written and the illustrations are just as delightful.  Visit the author's site here where you can find coloring pictures to download as well as other information. 

"At twilight with a blowing breeze
Giraffe strolls through a forest of trees
She lifts her eyes and gazes high
She sees some birds take to the sky

Giraffe is left without a word
As she observes each pretty bird
She knows right then how she would love
To float and fly . so far above"


Birds Can Fly and So Can I is a charming and engaging book about the joy of dreaming and the thrill of achieving cherished goals. With endearing rhyme and spectacular illustrations, this book captivates its readers as they watch adorable animal buddies "clap with glee and chirp with praise" in support of Giraffe's dream to take flight. Birds Can Fly uses stunning artwork and witty verse to deliver its message about developing undiscovered talents. With innocence and appeal, it teaches children to stretch themselves to reach new heights and to cheer others on as they do the same. (Age 3+)

DREAMS CAN COME TRUE IN UNEXPECTED WAYS - IF ONLY WE BELIEVE!

Noa Nimrodi was born in Jerusalem, Israel. She is the author of the popular 2004 Hebrew version of Birds Can Fly and So Can I and the author and illustrator of The Hedgehog that Wanted Pretzels, which sold successfully in Israel through several editions. In addition to writing and illustrating children's books, Noa is a thriving designer, artist, metalsmith, and mom. In 2009 she relocated to California where she lives with her husband and three children. You can look forward to more enchanting children's books by Noa Nimrodi. Visit her Web site at www.NoaBooks.com

A copy of this book was provided by the author and Bostick Communications for the purpose of this review.

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