Reviewed by Jyneva P. (age 9)
There was a problem in the story. The peacocks and swans got into a fight. The peacocks sharpened their feathers. So did the swans. The author is telling us not to fight with each other just because of differences.
I think this is a good book because it's not a good way to settle things.
This book made me feel sad because it made me think of the problems between black and white people.
The illustrator used dark colors. I think it makes the pictures look gloomy.
I thought these characters were interesting because they thought that they both did things differently but they both flew, swam, and thought the same.
I would think that kids in third through fifth grades would like this book. People who like books on fighting about differences would like this book.