Meet Sky, a hatchling who thinks her nest is the whole entire world—until she falls out of it!
As Sky sets out to find her parents, she makes unexpected friendships and discovers a fascinating world beyond her nest.
Join Sky and her new friends as they learn valuable lessons about courage, teamwork, diversity, perseverence and the amazing things that can happen by working together. This is a story that inspires kids and adults to believe in themselves and embrace the idea that differences aren’t dividers but ways to contribute toward a common goal.
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What Readers Are Saying…
“A sweet story about a fearful bird named Sky who by the help of her new friends learns to fly and sees things she never could have imagined. A book about facing your fears, being open to new experiences and discovering help lies in the most unusual places. Well done!”
Allison Edwards | Psychotherapist and Author of Worry Says What?
“Noel Foy has done it again! Her first book ABC Worry Free is a wonderful story that teaches children strategies on how to deal with anxiety.
Her newest book Are You a Bird Like Me? is such a beautifully illustrated, sweet story that has many lessons. One that resonates with me most is that our differences should be celebrated and our uniqueness can and should be used to help others to create a more harmonious world to live in. If we can take a lesson from Sky, then surely the Sky’s the Limit!
I have recently given this book for 2 baby shower gifts and the moms-to-be love it! This book should be in every classroom as well as on family’s book shelves.”
Donna M. | educator, literacy trainer, grandmother
Are You a Bird Like Me? is a delightful and meaningful book for young and old! Caregivers and teachers can read this bright and cheerful book over and over again to promote lessons of confidence, overcoming fears, and team work. Young readers will meet new, relatable friends in Nutso, Sky and Stretch while learning how to “spread their own wings”. And older readers (like me) will find joy in the sweet story and the amazing illustrations, and perhaps be reminded that the “sky’s” the limit and “we all need a little help from our friends”. Thanks Noel, Nicholas and Colleen for creating such a gift!
B. Clifford, educator, parent