United States Senator Mark R. Warner writes “I am pleased to extend my warmest congratulations to you and the staff of Koehler Books upon receiving the Silver ADDY Award from District Three of the American Advertising Federation for the cover design of As Far As Birds Can Fly . . .
I am excited to join with your clients, families, friends, and community in wishing you continued success in the years to come.”
On behalf of the Koehler Books team, thank you, Senator!
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First there was Bird. Then there was Bird-Bird. And now, Third Bird. Magnolia’s daddy won the beloved cockatiel Third Bird at a carnival, just before he died in a car accident. Magnolia promised to always take good care of Third Bird . . . but then she loses him, when she accidentally allows the bird to fly from his cage at her mama’s beauty salon.
Magnolia’s grief, for her father and for her lost bird, opens up a whole new world of friends as they search not only for Third Bird, but for acceptance and healing for all. Helping her mama to see that physical beauty is not important (even in a family that comes from “a long line of beauty queens”), Magnolia becomes the star of her small Southern town as she finds hope and light in the healing of her grief and learns that sometimes when you go looking for one thing, you find what you really need.