NEW There was once a crow who lived in a tree by a waterhole. Each morning, she stared into the water, and saw another crow staring back. Crow thought Crow-in-the-waterhole was the most wonderful bird she had ever seen. ‘She looks like a crow who could change the world. I wish I could be like her.’ Finally, Crow flies away to seek her destiny, hoping to become as wonderful as Crow-in-the-waterhole. She travels far and wide, helping others along the way, only to find that her true destiny lies within. Beautifully jacketed in a hardback cover, Crow and the Waterhole is an inspiring and uplifting picture book for younger readers.
 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm #0921 Crows — Juvenile fiction. | Fate and fatalism — Juvenile fiction.