By Jean George
Mark Twain Award Nominee
As Charlie's grandfather gets sicker and sicker, Charlie climbs a tree to get a baby raven to cure him. The raven is named Blue Sky, and Charlie and his grandparents put a band on his leg for identification. To keep Blue Sky, Charlie must be doing a study on him. Charlie decides to see if ravens are good, or evil.
This book was awesome! The end was sad, but that is true in many good books. Plus, not everything goes right in real life anyway. The story was suspensful, interesting, and realistic. The details were wonderful.
If your grandfather was sick and ravens really did heal, would you steal one from a nest?
Would you like to have a bird like Blue Sky or Pinecone?
Do you think ravens are good, evil, or mysterious?
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