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"Bluebird," an Endearing Tale of Friendship & Hope

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Posted: Thursday, May 2, 2013 9:09 pm

Author/illustrator Bob Staake has a high-flying hit on his hands with “Bluebird,” his newest, and most endearing, contribution to children’s literature.

Staake has long been a personal favorite. Two of his previous books, “The Donut Chef,” and “The Red Lemon,” are especially breezy and fun, clever and colorful, peopled with round-headed cartoon characters with big eyes set against flat backgrounds. Staake’s graphics pop, and his rhyme in “The Donut Chef” and “The Red Lemon,” is breezy and melodic.

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