Mia was given a baby pigeon by the porter of Astor Court, the building where Mia lived. She named the pigeon Peepers and called Rita a wildlife doctor. With the help of Rita, Mia was able to find Peepers a new home where she could learn to be a bird. The other pigeons didn't accept Peepers until Hubert came to the aviary. Peepers and Hubert found true love and a true home in the New York skies. More
Mia was given a baby pigeon by the porter of her apartment house, Astor Court. She named it Peepers because it peeped so much. She called the neighborhood Wildlife Bird Fund and spoke to her mothers friend Rita a wildlife doctor. When Rita was able to check it over, she pronounced it in good health. Rita suggested that it go to live with another patient of hers, Squeaks so Peepers could learn to be a bird. The guardian of Squeaks lived in the grand Hooper Cooper Mansion and so Mia thought that surely Peepers would be leading a life of leisure. When Mia arrived at the mansion everything was in renovation and the place looked like a dinosaur had sneezed tossing everything this way and that. The other pigeons didn't accept Peepers until one day a black pigeon named Hubert came to the aviary. Peepers and Hubert became instant friends and found true love and their true palace in the New York skies.
on May 29, 2015 :
Marian, I really love your books. Their central theme is one I totally share - be kind to all animals - human, furry, hairy, feathered. The planet's inhabitants, and indeed the planet itself, needs more caring individuals in order to survive.
I also enjoy a vegan diet and feel so much better - physically, psychologically, emotionally - for hopefully doing something that helps many of earth's inhabitants.
Thanks for a good read.