Hyperion Paperbacks for Children, May 30, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Critically acclaimed novelist Louise Erdrich weaves a tale about a quirky grandmother who unexpectedly sails away from her family, leaving behind warm memories and her room's few belongings -- including her collection of birds' nests. One year after Grandmother's departure, three eggs in one of the nests miraculously begin to hatch and out pops a breed of passenger pigeon long thought to be extinct. When too many visiting scientists threaten the three hatchling' freedom, Grandmother's family take matters into their own hands.
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Review: Grandmother's PigeonUser Review - Eva Leger - Goodreads
2.5 - This was a weird one for us. I still don't know exactly what we think. I liked the middle of the book but the beginning and ending didn't work for me. What's strange is that the weirdness of a ... Read full review