Meido, the Bird Who Was Afraid to Fly

by Jacob Pearce-Dietrich & Illustrated by Jada Pearce-Dietrich



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/4/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 28
ISBN : 9781480884120
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 28
ISBN : 9781480884113

About the Book

Meido is a bluebird who lives in a park downtown, up high in an awesome tree. But something makes him different from many other birds: he’s afraid to fly! Instead, Meido climbs up using his talons.

One beautiful morning, Meido and his best feathered friend, Flier, are going around the park and taking care of official bird business. They go to the mulberry bush for breakfast and pay a visit to an unlucky person’s white car. Then the Tuesday Terror, Jaws the Chihuahua, arrives, and he’s out to get revenge on Meido and Flier for a trick they played on him before. But when their escape puts Flier and Jaws in danger, Meido knows he is the only one who can save the day. He’ll have to overcome his fear and finally start flying.

In this children’s tale, a mischievous bird gets his friends in trouble and must conquer his fear of flying in order to rescue them

About the Author

Jacob Pearce-Dietrich and Jada Pearce-Dietrich are a father-daughter duo who teamed up to create a fun, thoughtful tale. Bedtime stories are an important part of their lives, and this, their first book together, emerged from that tradition. They currently live in Greenfield, Ohio.