BIRDYJOSH and BIRDYLU, a Paper Birds' Story

ABOUT MIRTA OLIVA

MIRTA OLIVA
I have been a  visual artist for years.  At first, realism was my preference; however, other styles were adopted later such as abstracts and animal comics, usually painted in series.  One group
of such paintings caught my attention since the set of drawings seemed to tell a story. More...

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Description

The humane while entertaining content of this full-color fantasy story is perfect for reading to children at school or at bedtime; children will love the comic while sensible aspects involving the paper birds' struggles to survive amidst an unknown environment; kids seven and above will enjoy the relevant pictures depicting their tale of love and endurance.  

An endearing story about a family of Origami-style paper birds and their struggles to survive amidst an unknown environment. The unusual, enlivened, birds have been depicted in several colorful, full-page prints from paintings created especially for this presentation. The artwork follows the chicks' path through a beautiful, guarded existence. Great for bedtime reading to youngsters with an emphasis on extending love to animal creatures, domesticated or wild. From kids to adults, everyone can enjoy this tale of love, purpose and commitment.