Here’s a description:
An unlikely hero. An extraordinary story.
The raven doesn’t want you to read his story. What if you find out the location of his treasure? Or worse, what if you learn his secret — that ravens can talk?
But you should read it, even though the raven wants to be left alone. A pesky pigeon, a beady-eyed weatherhen, a ghost boy and a lovestruck scarecrow will make sure this story isn’t just about one grumpy raven. With their help, the raven will uncover a thief, sing his own song, and discover there’s more to life than being magnificent.
Just promise that you won’t steal his treasure.
What do you think? I adore the arts-and-crafts look — it emphasizes that touch of imagination involved in manifesting the raven’s story.