Fire, the Chief of the Jackdaws, is suffering from stress.


Although he lives in the most idyllic park in the city, he must constantly take on the worries and heartaches of his close bird and human friends, as well as trying to be a good husband to Hex and help bring up their brood of blue-eyed chicks.


With the parks’ pigeons fighting over territory, the noisy sparrows spreading gossip, the greedy rooks gobbling up all the food, and the over-active blue tits driving him crazy, Fire tries to help a little human girl who is so lost and lonely that she can only speak to him.


Everything seems better. Then new neighbors move in to Fire and Hex’s old tree hollow, and it’s the last straw for Fire…


Understanding each other’s song


Children’s Fiction, 44 pages, 8.5 x 8.5

Casebound, $25.95, ISBN: 978-1942209508

Bellastoria Press
Copyright 2021