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Book Review~ The Simple Art of Flying, #NetGalley,@_CoryLeonardo,

Author: Cory Leonardo623F7383-05D2-4EB7-98CA-E595A28CD283.png

Genre: middle grade

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Pub Date: February 12, 2019

Rating: 🦜🦜🦜🦜🦜

Synopsis:

Taken from NetGalley

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My Review:

In the description of The Simple Art of Flying it said perfect for fans of The One and Only Ivan! Hmmm, I wasnt sure I believed it, since that was an amazing story, but it’s true. This is an adorable tale of family, friendship, gratitude and growing up.

Alastair and Aggie are sibling parrots born in a pet store. Alastair is always thinking up plans for their escape, since he’s always looking toward a bigger and better life. Aggie just seems to go along with whatever her brother says is best.

But Alastair’s plans don’t turn out exactly as he hoped for him or his sister, and it’s at his lowest point that Allistair is able to see things much clearer. I love Alastair! ❤️
This is a wonderful middle grade book that I’m sure children will love!

I’m guessing kids will also be begging for a pet bird after reading this story! It’s almost enough to make me want one, and we already have dogs, cats and pet rats!

This book comes out next week, I hope you check it out!

Thank you to Simon & Schuster and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for my honest review.

Happy Reading Friends!❤️ What are you reading this weekend?

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6 replies »

  1. This sounds delightful. Yes, the message is a good one. Sometimes “flying” is best accomplished with our feet on the ground. I look forward to sharing this with my middle school nephew.

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