|From George Flies South by Simon James|
As icy winds scatter the last of fall leaves, our skies fill with flocks of birds arrowing southward at a purposeful pace.
But was it easy for our plumed friends to go? Or for us to see them go? Here are two picture books about the angst of saying farewell, even if only for a season.
Acorns and Stew, Too is about a girl who finds a way to keep ducks safely grounded and George Flies South is about a baby bird mustering up the courage to fly away.
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