Two Nests

Two Nests

Book - 2014
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This is a gentle story about family separation with a happy ending. Betty and Paul are two little birds who build a nest together in a cherry tree. Betty lays an egg and out pops Baby Bird. Everyone is happy and all the other animals come to see the baby. But the nest is small, Betty and Paul squabble, and they decide that Paul should live in a different nest across the other side of the tree. Now there are two nests in the cherry tree. But Betty and Paul both love Baby Bird, and soon he is able to fly over the cherry tree, visiting his Two Nests. " You had a home, Now you have two, Four little words, dear, We BOTH love you."

Publisher: London :, Frances Lincoln Children's books,, 2014
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781847803238
1847803237
Branch Call Number: jP Anholt
Characteristics: 28 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Coplestone, James - Illustrator
Alternative Title: 2 nests

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AL_SIMONE
Aug 28, 2016

This is a great book if your family is going through separation and you're looking for some books to support your kids during the transition- it normalizes the whole two-house living situation and strongly reinforces that regardless of life changes, the parents will always love and support their kids.

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kropeczka
Oct 22, 2014

kropeczka thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 4

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