by Jo Weaver

Bibi the flamingo has been with her flock for longer than anyone can remember. When the lake dries up, the flamingos are forced to leave their babies behind and fly away to find water. Bibi bravely volunteers to guide the baby flamingos on foot across the barren salt flats to reunite them with their parents.

But when one little flamingo starts to fall behind, Bibi teaches everyone a valuable lesson about community and the importance of helping one another in times of need.

Author and illustrator Jo Weaver has created another beautiful, touching story in the same spirit as her picture books Little One, Little Whale, and Little Tigers. Another wonderful addition to shelves looking for intergenerational stories that encourage community and respect.

Find Bibi this May at your local libraryindie bookstore, or Barnes & Noble.