FLY HIGH, FLY LOW by Don Freeman
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FLY HIGH, FLY LOW

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Sid and Midge were one of San Francisco's most devoted couples. He was a grey pigeon and she was a white dove. Their home was a nest in the letter B of a sign that said Bay Hotel. Poor Midge was just beside herself when Sid was away and a demolition crew took down the sign, for there were two small eggs in the nest. When Sid returned all that remained of the sign was scaffolding. If it had not been for that friendly Chinese, Mr. Hi Lee, perhaps the happy reunion of the little family might never have occurred.
Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1957
ISBN: 0142408174
Page count: 56pp
Publisher: Viking
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1st, 1957




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