Lovebird Lou

Author: Tammi Sauer
Editor: Sterling Children's Books
ISBN: 9781454941880
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A sweet, love-infused celebration of individuality and acceptance! Lovebird Lou adores life with his family and friends on the island they call home. But when he travels to the other side of the island and sees the amazing abilities on display by different birds, Lou feels unfulfilled with the laidback lovebird lifestyle. With his adoring parents cheering him on, Lou decides to spread his wings and see what else he can accomplish. This sweet, funny story celebrates individuality, self-discovery, and the joy of community.
Lovebird Lou
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Tammi Sauer
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-12-07 - Publisher: Sterling Children's Books

A sweet, love-infused celebration of individuality and acceptance! Lovebird Lou adores life with his family and friends on the island they call home. But when he travels to the other side of the island and sees the amazing abilities on display by different birds, Lou feels unfulfilled with the laidback
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