“What I especially appreciate about Stellina is that Pericoli tells his tale as an adult would speak to a highly intelligent child. In other words, despite the presence of many “cheeps” and a few “roars,” Pericoli does not talk down to his audience. Instead, Pericoli presents a love story, the story of his wife Holly and her love for the little bird.”
Oh, bees, I didn’t think I could love you more than I already do.
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Here comes the sun