Pippi and Burt are tired of sharing their crowded nest with eight noisy little siblings, so off they fly to see the big, wide world and find a new home. But when they encounter all sorts of big, scary, hungry creatures, Pippi and Burt realize their crowded old nest is the best home of all. Here is an ideal story for anyone who appreciates the riotous joys (and challenges) of a large, rowdy family. It’s a funny and warm tribute to both the thrill of adventure and the love of home
The Book Snob Mom
Mom, Avid Reader, Austen Fangirl
This book follows two birds through the classic theme of thinking home isn't so great until you travel the world and realize there's no place like home. The story is a sweet feel-good one and while it may not be terribly original, the illustrations are which gives it a new pop.
B is for Bookworm
Human Development Degree, Book-loving aunt
Beautiful, colorful illustrations! The birds try to find a better home for their big family, but after searching, they realize the home they have is just right. This book is pretty simple in it's plot, but it's fun that the birds try out so many different animals to be their potential home.