Fly!

Fly! Review

Mama bird thinks it’s time for Baby bird’s first flight, but Baby bird has other ideas in this wordless picture book.

It’s a big day up in the tree that Mama bird shares with her baby. Mama bird thinks Baby bird is finally ready to leave the nest and learn to fly so he can migrate south with the rest of their flock. But Baby bird isn’t so sure. Can’t his mother keep bringing him worms in their nest? Can’t he migrate in a hot air balloon instead? Or perhaps a car?

Title:Fly!
Edition Language:English

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    Fly! Reviews

  • Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance

    A baby bird. A mama bird. It's time for Baby to take wing, and Mama is more than ready to be off to sunnier skies. But Baby would prefer to envision easier ways of making its way through the world.......

  • Jason

    Lush, detailed acrylic illustration tell the story of a young bird who will say anything (in this story, entirely in pictures) to get out of learning how to fly. ...

  • Karrie

    Cute wordless book, but just didn’t capture me in heart or head....

  • Erin

    Horrifying. I could feel my stress levels rising in sympathy with this bird parent. First, they are trying to feed baby bird, but baby bird doesn't feel like leaving the nest. Eventually, baby bird ma...

  • Baby Bookworm

    Hello, friends! Our book today is the delightful Fly! by Mark Teague, a wordless tale of a baby bird learning to leave the nest.In a cozy nest perched in a tree, a baby robin grows from a pink, feathe...

  • Beverly

    As soon as I looked through this wordless book, I was reminded of Nope by Drew Sheneman. In both books, a baby bird doesn't want to learn to fly, but each story has a different approach to how the ...

  • Luann

    I read this directly after reading a picture book that bothered me because it had no capital letters and very little punctuation in its text. I had decided that I probably shouldn't read books to revi...

  • Shelli

    An adorable wordless picture book that is filled with expression and would be a fantastically fun read-aloud to share with young readers and listeners. Baby bird is unwilling to fly, despite his mothe...

  • Mary

    This is a wordless picture book where a mama bird and baby bird argue and negotiate about the baby bird learning to fly. there are speech bubbles but they contain only pictures. It is funny watching t...

  • Karlen

    Beautiful illustrations. Very cute story....