DON’T JUDGE A BIRD BY ITS FEATHERS
14 Year Old Anti-Bullying Author
- Hardcover: 60 pages
- Publisher: Anne Stone Publishing; First Edition edition (May 1, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0985881194
- ISBN-13: 978-0985881191
Luminous was the most popular bird of paradise in the New Guinea rainforest. She had beautiful feathers and everyone admired her. Phoenix had loved her since they were chicks, but with his drab feathers and awkward dancing, he thought he didn’t stand a chance. Phoenix didn’t let that stop him. He cleverly tried new things, listened to advice from others and in the end, he proved that there was a lot more to him than met the eye.
About the author:
Tori Nighthawk is a rare, gifted artist capable of creating detailed imagery from memory as well as from references. Although she enjoys drawing many kinds of animals, she has always held a soft spot for birds, and has created countless illustrations and paintings of these beautiful creatures
Tori has traveled extensively. She was chosen to travel with People to People as a Student Ambassador to Australia as well as several European countries. One of Tori’s favorite family trips was to the Galapagos Islands because the animals there are unafraid of humans; allowing her to study their interactions at close proximity. Observing people and wildlife greatly inspired her newly released book “Don’t Judge a Bird by It’s Feathers.”
Tori Nighthawk wrote and illustrated “Don’t Judge a Bird by its Feathers” at the age of 13. While developing her first book, Tori was introduced to the art of graphic design, which has become her newest creative passion. Through her book, Tori hopes to teach young children to be kind to each other, and to overlook superficial differences; to encourage kids of all ages to resist peer pressure, and be true to themselves; and to inspire everyone to continually strive to reach their dreams.
Tori just turned 15, and will be entering 10th grade this fall. When she isn’t traveling the world, Tori lives in Southern California with her parents, her younger brother, and a variety of family pets.
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Bullying is an issue in today’s society….online,school,the work place, as well as other areas ! *My opinion only and does not necessary represent the site”s*