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Jacqueline the Singing Crow
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Jacqueline the Singing Crow

Jacqueline the Singing Crow

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    The uplifting tale of a crow called Jacqueline who lives to sing. After a bruising encounter with opinionated people that crushes her confidence and self-belief, Jacqueline flies south to escape the pain and rediscover her true self.  A story that will help anyone who has ever been told they couldn't do something, to stand firm against their critics. 


    The debut children's book from noted Canadian oral storyteller Mandi Kujawa.

    A children's book aimed at age 4 and upwards.


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