ONLINE: Bedtime Story with the Author: Sita Singh "Birds of a Feather"
Kids, don your jammies and join us for a Bedtime Story with the author herself! Sita Singh reads Birds of a Feather, her heartwarming picture book about a colorless peacock who learns to love himself in a jungle full of color.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Mo has always felt a little different. While all the other peacocks grew bright, bold, beautiful feathers in rich greens and vibrant blues, Mo’s feathers grew in a snowy white. And even though Mo’s friends try to include him in their playtime, Mo doesn’t like to be reminded that he’s different from his friends. But when a storm threatens to ruin the group’s annual celebration, Mo must learn to stand tall, strut his stuff, and shake his brilliantly glowing tail feathers—in a way only he can—to help his friends and set things right.
From debut author Sita Singh, and brought to life by Stephanie Fizer Coleman, comes a story about finding strength in the things that make us different, and beauty in all its forms.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sita Singh was born and raised in India, and moved to the United States in 1999. She currently lives in South Florida with her husband, three children, and an immensely cute and curious dog. An architect in the past, Sita now enjoys writing heartwarming picture books with a South Asian backdrop. When Sita isn’t reading or writing, she can be found trying new recipes in the kitchen, experimenting with food photography, walking with the dog, or movie marathoning with the family. Find out more about Sita on www.singhsita.com and connect with her on Instagram and Twitter @sitawrites