Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Some Day A Bird Will Poop On You Book Review

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I was sent Someday a Bird Will Poop on You: A Life Lesson written by Sue Salvi and Illustrated by Megan Kellie

Life isn't always smooth sailing. We all encounter small hiccups along the way whether it be running late for work...which was my husband today, or those nasty speeding tickets, or not being able to find a parking spot somewhere. Which these are minor hiccups.

Then we have those days where nothing seems to goes right at all. What do we do? Do we get angry? or do we just brush it off and go on with our day?

That's what this book is all about. This thing called "Life" happens always when you least expect it. You just don't know when you will get "pooped" on! We can't just walk around expecting hiccups and waiting for something to happen. Is today the day, am I going to get "pooped" on? No, life just doesn't happen that way, and peeking around every corner, who has time for all that anyway?

When that day does come, that  bird high up in the sky "poops" on you, how will you handle it?Instead of getting angry...take it as just a little set back, wipe it off and just keep on going. 

Some "poops" will be small, and others massive, but we've got to take whatever life hits us with and say I'm OK!! 

If you know someone that is going through some "poopy" times, be sure to pick up this book. It will definitely give you a giggle!

About the Authors and Illustrator:

Sue Salvi is an actor, artist, and write. Originally from Pittsburgh, Sue now lives in Chicago with her husband and two boy's. She will occasionally assault you with her brain offerings, using her mouth as a vehicle, while on stage at various non-offensive establishments around town.

Megan Kellie is a writer, actor, artist, and other who lives in major American cities, this time Chicago. She has done improv and sketch comedy all over the place-also essay shows, radio shows, and one podcast. She has illustrated a guide to surviving bedbugs, and painted a bunch of nervous cows.


  1. Lol, I like the title. But the book also seems like a cute way to tell kids an important story. I like it.

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