Flo and Her Family
by Joan M. Wright
In this sequel to Flo: a Very Special Budgie, Flo embarks on a new life in an aviary. She and her new mate, Fred, decide to have a family of budgies.
Its hard work laying eggs! grumbles Flo.
Once the first egg hatches Fred exclaims, Its all beak, the eyes are shut, and there are no feathersYUCK!
From the hatching on, the new parents are busy caring for their chicks, feeding, feeding, and feeding! Join the story and follow Flo and Fred as they grow their budgie family and contend with the varied community within the aviaryfrom busybody budgie neighbors to a fledgling rock group that seem set on noise pollution. Will Fred and Flo be able to perform in their adult budgie chorus?
About the Author:
Joan M. Wright immigrated to Canada from England in the 1950s. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto. She holds a degree in Library Science and worked as a librarian in the Toronto Reference Library.
After an early retirement, Joan has remained active and she continues to pursue an array of hobbies including art classes, writing, illustrating childrens books, and gardening. Joan lives in Toronto with her two dogs and two budgies.
Her first book, Nipper, the Lonely Dog, was published in 2012. The revised U.S. edition of Flo: a Very Special Budgie was published in 2013. Flo and Her Family is its sequel.
(2015, Paperback, 64 pages)