The Book

Winner of the 2015 Literary Classics Gold Book Award

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Delightfully uncomplicated, remarkably simplistic,
Little Bird Lost is likely to warm the hearts of readers young and old.”
~ Literary Classics

Winner of the 2016 Readers’ Favorite Silver Book Award

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“Kate Larkinson’s rhymed verse works perfectly with Steve’s live-action photographs. Most highly recommended.”
~ Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite

Little Bird Lost is available online and in bookshops:

Paperback edition available from Baker & Taylor, Ingram, Barnes & Noble and Amazon : USA . UK . Canada . India . Germany . Italy . France . Spain . Japan .

eBook edition available from Amazon : USA  . UKCanada . India . Germany . Italy . France . Spain . Australia . Japan . Brazil . Mexico .

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One of the baby birds seems to be missing. His greedy siblings have pushed him out of view! A tale of sibling rivalry and their parents love for ALL their offspring.

The series of high-quality real-life photographs provide a rare opportunity of a birds-eye view of a family of baby swallows in their nest.

The length and content make it a perfect bedtime story, a great start for beginner readers and a delightful study of the natural world.

The birds antics provide a perfect platform for discussion on important topics such as sharing and bullying.

The reading content is aimed at 3-5 year-olds, but the photographs and the story that they tell will fascinate all age groups.

“Even as an adult I actually enjoyed this book!”
“Brought a smile to my face.”
– Goodreads reviewers

Steve Larkinson spotted this family of swallows in the eaves of a small bakery in south-west France and this delightful story unfolded as he photographed them.
Kate Larkinson added the words in rhyming couplets and created the book.

 

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