Lali finds a little feather in the field. Is it lost? Lali sets out to find feather a home, but one bird after another rejects it. The feather is too small for Rooster, too slow for Crow, and too plain for Peacock. Once Lali decides to keep the little feather and discovers all the things she can do with it, the other birds begin to recognize its value.
Farhana Zia’s charming tale employs an inventive circular structure that reveals the importance of looking beyond first impressions. Illustrator Stephanie Fizer Coleman brings this delightful story of imagination and inspiration to life.
What I loved: The illustrations here are really lovely with so many different birds and scenes. Lali herself comes to life on the pages. The story is really cute and teaches about so many different types of birds, as they explain why their feathers are different. The book also explores the imagination, and the many ways that something simple can turn into something fantastic.
Final verdict: A delightful and charming story of imagination and birds, LALI'S FEATHER is a colorful adventure that will enchant young readers.