Although the world is full of holes, he still has the power to turn his life!
Who has not encountered one or two Dougs who were abandoned by education during their growth?
You will see the awakening of a boy’s potential, but his life is small but great!
Life is pounding, as if there is nothing to be “cherished” Doug until he finds Audubon’s “Birds of America” picture book, he loves those beautiful birds at first sight! When the treasure of this town was bought page by page, Doug decided to defend what he believed in …
“If you find something that is complete, you will want to make it last.”
“Originally You have the ability to go wherever you want! “It has
been rejected by adults for a long time,
do you know what it feels like?
That summer vacation, the
Doug family moved to a boring town where he felt stupid, and …
Dad , who always drinks alcohol, went violent as soon as he came home. The
PE teacher deliberately sought someone who was six times heavier than Doug. He wrestled, his
beloved signature baseball jacket was stolen by his father’s alcoholic friends, and
the eldest brother who lost his legs in the war was looking for work everywhere. The
second brother was regarded as a stealing criminal,
difficult to read, and Doug’s dyslexia …
But what about that? So what?
A year has passed. Through Audubon’s bird drawings and Saturday’s delivery tasks,
Doug fell in love with this place, and also turned over the negative energy living environment, and achieved self-awareness and affirmation.
“When was the last time someone said I was pretty good? I’m not useless.
This time, I want to get all the birds back!”-Doug
★ 2018 The 40th Ministry of Culture’s Excellent Reading Materials for Primary and Middle School Students-Literary Translation
★ Taipei Children’s Intensive Reading 107 “Excellent Media for Children Reading”-Excellent Recommendation for Grades 4-6 of the Books
★ The New York Times Bestseller
★ Finalist 2011 US National Book Awards
★ Best Amazon Middle School Book of the Year 2011 by Amazon Online Bookstore
2011 Best Children’s Book of the Year by Kirks Book Review
in the United States ★ Finalist in 2011 American Readers’ Choice Good Book Award
★ 2012 American Library Association’s Best Children’s Book