The Making of the King of Birds is a book that presents numerous birds from different parts of the world. It is a novel written in allegorical form in that these birds can talk. The birds are presented in their natural behaviors. It is a story with some form of comic politics. All the birds of the world gather to vote for a king that would rule them. It is a discovery book of the nature of birds for younger children, to be read and shared by their parents. It can serve as juvenile literature for young adults. Readers are also introduced to the natural science and the acts of birds, from the largest flightless ostrich to the sky power eagle. It is educational, informative and entertaining. It is a book for all ages!
Gladys Okali is an educationist. She was born in Nigeria. She schooled and taught in Lagos before coming to the U.S. A. with her family. A departmental Head of Languages in Air Force Secondary School, Ikeja Lagos, Gladys also taught Language 3 Honors class in Oakridge High School, Orlando, Florida. She is currently a licensed High school teacher in Minnesota. She has a Bachelors degree in English and a Masters degree in Educational Administration. Gladys writes short stories and poems; and has a passion for exploring the world of nature.