Extraordinary BirdsBook - 2019
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This touching, hopeful debut novel about a bird-obsessed orphan girl just might make you cry.
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I watch Eleanor lay a blanket in the middle of the living room floor, where we'll eat dinner. She ladles soup into each of our bowls. Funny, maybe I don't know everything about her yet, but I feel like I've known her all my life. In all the foster homes I've lived, deep down I was really waiting for the houses to turn into my home, but they never did. They were more like nests, there to give me shelter until I needed to fly. (p 204)
US is a word like MOM. I know what it means. I know how to use it in a sentence. But it's a strange word. It's like when I'm standing on the ground, watching a bird soar in the sky. I know flight is out there, but there's a distance. Just like with US. There's gap between the word and me. (p 164)
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