By Kevin Henkes
Illustrators Illustrated by Laura Dronzek Publisher Greenwillow Imprint Greenwillow ISBN


Awards and Honors 2010 Charlotte Zolotow Honor Book; 2010 ALA Notable Children’s Books, Younger Readers; Booklist The Best of Editors’ Choice 2009; 2009 Horn Book Fanfare List


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Birds can be yellow or blue or brown or "so black that you can't see their eyes or their feathers, just their shapes." A young girl shares what she knows about birds and what she has observed and imagined about them. She wonders how the sky would look if birds left a trail of color as they flew and what birds do if they can't reach their nests in a storm. She even pretends that she is a bird. Full-color acrylic paintings. A 2010 Charlotte Zolotow Honor Book. A 2010 ALA Notable Children's Book. A 2009 Booklist Top of the List Editors' Choice.
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