The Lonely Crow

(4 customer reviews)


  • Author Name: Paul Stillabower
  • Publication Date: 29/05/2014
  • Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 978 1 909716 18 6

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The night was icy and the sky was dark When the Crow flew high over Regent’s Park. His wings were tired and his legs were old, So he looked for a place to get out of the cold.

In this charming tale told in verse and illustrated in full colour, a lonely crow flies across London’s night sky, looking for a warm place to sleep. But from scowling owls to trumpeting elephants, the cosiest bedsall seem to be full already! Will poor old Crow ever find somewhere to rest his weary head?

4 reviews for The Lonely Crow

  1. Book Guild

    I found the story to be interesting and heartwarming. In telling the story the author holds your attention . You feel the weariness of the crow and you wait in anticipation for him to find a friend and therefore comfort and rest. Also the illustrations are vivid,clear and well sone.

  2. Book Guild

    A brilliant book, with fantastic illustrations. Our boys love it – the story sweeps them along – and the fact that it’s set in London (where we live) brings something extra for them. This book has already become a firm favourite, particularly before bedtime! Highly recommended.

  3. Book Guild

    Suberb little story of rejection followed by happiness across the sights of London. Prose works brilliantly and the toddlers love it.

  4. Book Guild

    A really sweet story for both children and parents. The clever rhyming makes it a joy to read and the pictures are vibrant and engaging. Would definitely recommend it! 🙂

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