Finn, a young Irish kingfisher, gets blown off-course during a bad storm and smacks into the side of a cliff. When she comes to, she notices two birds watching over her. Find out how a puffin, a sea gull and a barn owl come to her aid and try to help her find her way home. Follow their journey up the west coast of Ireland and their amusing encounters with other animals along the way. Who gives them the best advice? Read on! [Reading level is 2nd/3rd grade, but it's a great story for parents to read to younger ones. The birds chosen for this book appear on the red and orange lists of the Endangered Birds of Ireland site. Information on those birds is included at the end of the book.]
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Sally Terrell has been a high school foreign language teacher for over 35 years. Traveling and learning about other cultures has been a passion for most of her life. In recent years, writing and painting are her more recent passions. And after several trips to Ireland, she has become inspired by the people and the unique and ethereal beauty of the Irish landscape, particularly Connemara. Several years ago, she and her husband moved from Florida to North Carolina, finding the cooler climate and seasonal changes more conducive to their creative endeavors. However, they try to spend as much time as they can in Connemara.
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