In The Best Nest, Mrs. Bird decides that she hates her old house; she's simply tired of it! She and Mr. Bird fly off to find another, only to run into multiple problems. The last problem leaves Mr. and Mrs. Bird separated, and Mr. Bird is afraid that he will never see his wife again. But never fear! Mrs. Bird has learned something very important, and she will be back to share the lesson--and a surprise--with her husband.
The Best Nest contains a strong message about contentment and what really makes a home the best. Children who read this book will love the humorous pictures that trace Mr. and Mrs. Bird's hunt and discovery. The language is simple and will stimulate beginning readers to read alone, although smaller children will enjoy it as a lap-read.
What did you find that you could be more content about after reading The Best Nest?