- Library of Congress Control
Printed in the United States
of America on 70# acid free paper meeting all ANSI standards
for archival quality.
Type and design by Karen Paul
Cover photograph of author by
Mary Wier holds a Master of Arts
in English from University of Tennessee. She has taught reading,
language, and poetry at the elementary, state college and university
level. Her poetry is published in Old Hickory Review; Sequoyah
Review; Blueline, SUNY Potsdam; Oracle, Brewton-Parker College;
Front Range, Fort Collins College; and White Pelican Review.
She is a songwriter with lyrics published in the "Music
City" of Nashville. Mary and her husband of 49 years, William,
live in Chattanooga, Tennessee where she is currently pursuing
language theoryresearch and working on other children's and poetry
- Who of us, child or adult, hasn't felt
a pang when the Christmas season ends? The illustrations in this
charming picture book perfectly complement the magical tone in
the author's tale of a little bird who also dreads losing Christmas.
- Susan N.C. Price, writing
coach, ReWrite: Scribbles to Stories;
editor and writer, SPrice Editoral Services
- It is a great book, but it is too short.
I would like to know more about the white bird and the tree,
but mostly about the bird. It's the best part, I think, because
it is like God.
- Lenore, who will be 5 years
old at Christmas
- I read Mary's book and loved it. I'm buying
it for my granddaughter.
- Irene Waynetta Dowdell,Grandmother