The book speaks of the undying relationship between man and nature and birds in the story.
This is a book of self-exploration and self-help, a story that follows different types of birds that have unique characteristics and see life differently. It is also about various places where the poet-author has been to.
Unique bird characters interact with the Author in engrossing stories which twist and turn. Every chapter leaves one to contemplate and relook at life once again. The book along with the Poems section all in all is a fun read.
A lively treat awaits young readers in Stories from My Feathered Friends & the Book of Poems, where life is busy chirping and talking to fellow humans bringing a new birdy fantasy book.
Sunil Bhatia has written a book filled with talking birds and soulful poems. This book can be read by anyone- from children to people who want to be children again.
This book is for the light read, nothing heavy. Since this has many stories- it is not a fast paced as you may like. It did take me a while to finish this book.
But once you finish some of your short stories, you will start attempting to talk to birds, at least I did 🙂
This book has magnum opus and labor of love stamped all over it. It’s peaceful and serene.
A perfect book to read amidst nature filled with birds chirping. Do try to feed some- you never know when will a missy pigeon want to have a peek at this beautiful book.
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