Something to Crow About
A Bird's Tale
Suzanne B. Knoebel, M. D.
Illustrated by Gib Foster
Sale Price: $14.95
This is a charming and symbolic story about the life of a "leader crow" who has a broken wing. Young Suzie finds the crow with his wing broken in her back yard. With the help of Veterinarian Erica Williams at the Indianapolis Zoo, they work together to heal the crow's wing. Although Broken Wing quickly adapts to his celebrity life at the Zoo, he must decide if he prefers this to life with his flock.
This heart-warming story is the work of Dr. Suzanne Knoebel, is a world-renowned cardiologist who's been listed in Who's Who is American and as one of the Ladies' Home Journals "100 Most Important Women of the Year" in 1983. Dr. Knoebel is currently Professor Emeritus at the IU School of Medicine and Consultant at the Krannert Institute of Cardiology.
Target reading level: Ages 8-10, Grade 4. Hardbound, ISBN: 1-57860-059-6, 64 pages, Dimensions 10 x 8.5 x .25 inches, illustrations by award-winning artist Gib Foster.