Illustrated by :Sibylle Delacroix ,
Translated by :Vineet Lal
Imprint:Eerdmans Books for Young Readers
Form detail:Picture book
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 4 - 8, Reading age 4 - 8
Dimensions:11in x 9.6 x 0.25 in | 0.66 lb
Page Count:32 pages
A school story to encourage friendship and understanding among children of all abilities.
When the other kids mock her at recess, Nanette doesn’t listen. She’d rather focus on puddles, spider webs, and whatever she can create with her hands. One day a boy named Noah—who’d rather fly paper airplanes than listen to the lesson—starts sitting at Nanette’s table. At first, Noah finds Nanette confusing and a little frustrating. But her ideas look like so much fun…
Expressively illustrated in colored pencils, this school story will foster discussions about navigating differences and embracing creativity. A Head Full of Birds is a sensitive portrayal of neurodiverse friendships and the joy that comes when we reimagine the world together.