How to Heal a Broken Wing by Bob Graham
“High above the city, no one heard the soft thud of feathers against glass.” A wounded pigeon falls onto a pavement. “Everyone just walked past and didn’t notice the pigeon but a boy named Will feels sorry for the poor bird.”
The compassionate boy takes the pigeon home to care for, with the help of his parents.
Teaching Resources: How to Heal a Broken Wing
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