This semi-autobiographical story tells of a grandmother and grandchild who find an injured bird. When they stumble upon the injured bird, they embark on a mission to nurture it back to health.
As the bird recovers and regains its ability to fly, the duo faces a dilemma: the bittersweet realization that they must release their beloved feathered friend into the wild. This simple story carries a powerful message. It imparts a valuable life lesson about the significance of letting go.
With its poignant narrative, this book reminds readers of all ages about the importance of embracing the concept of release and allowing freedom to flourish.