Raffi’s For the Birds

by Sylvain Meunier

illustrated by Elisabeth Eudes-Pascal

Raffi wants to save the birds by protesting the destruction of trees they nest in.

This morning, Raffi McCaffery is anxious. Behind his house, chain saws are threatening to topple trees and build on land where songbirds live. Without a place to nest, what will happen to the common yellowthroat? Raffi isn't sure what he can do to save the birds, because he has trouble walking. His legs may be weak, but he has lots of ideas, and friends ready to help!


About the Author

Sylvain Meunier was born in Lachine, Quebec, and has written several books for adults and children. Two of his novels, Le seul ami and L'Homme a la bicyclette, have been finalists for the Governor General's award.

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