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The Crow and the Peacock

Electric splashes of color light up this tale about celebrating your innate gifts, rather than indulging in envy. Crow is a happy bird—until a dove’s bright feathers make him self-conscious. The dove, in turn, envies the nightingale’s magnificent trill. Jealousy trades from one bird to the next, until Crow ends up before the beautiful peacock, whom he thinks must be happiest bird of all. From his cage, the peacock reverses Crow’s expectations, teaching him to be happy wherever he alights.

Reviewed by Michelle Anne Schingler

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