On the deck of his boat, a lonely sailor finds a bird with an injured wing. Tenderly, the sailor cares for the bird. As the bird recovers, a strong friendship grows between the two. The sailor has a companion with whom to share his days. But as the weather grows colder, the sailor knows the bird won’t be able to continue sailing with him. Beautifully illustrated and simply told, young and old will appreciate this story of enduringfriendship.
~ Eight Cousins, Holiday Picks 2017— From Holiday Picks 2017
When a lonely fisherman finds an injured bird on his boat, he nurtures it back to health and--since the bird can no longer migrate with its family--charts a course to head south for the winter. Together, the two form a special friendship and enjoy life at sea until both the healing process and the journey must come to an end. In the tradition of the classic Amos & Boris, South is a story about making new friends and the bittersweet process of saying good-bye to the ones we love. It beautifully depicts the power of new beginnings and the freedom in coming home.
About the Author
Daniel Duncan is a fresh new talent who lives outside of London. He graduated from Middlesex University with First Class Honours and a BA in illustration. South is his first picture book.