The Yellow Bird Sings is Jennifer Rosner's debut novel. She is the author of the memoir If A Tree Falls: A Family's Quest to Hear and Be Heard, and the children's book, The Mitten String. Her writing has appeared in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines. Jennifer lives in western Massachusetts with her family.
A beautiful book in so many ways. Like Shira's imaginary bird, Jennifer Rosner's prose is lilting and musical, yet her tale of war's grave personal reality is gripping, heartrending, and so very real -- Lisa Wingate, author of <i>Before We Were Yours</i> and <i>Before and After</i> Room meets Schindler's List in The Yellow Bird Sings, a beautifully written tale of mothers and daughters, war and love, the music of the living and the silence of the dead -- Kate Quinn, author of <i>The Huntress</i> and <i>The Alice Network</i> The Yellow Bird Sings finds beauty in the unlikeliest of places. Jennifer Rosner gives voice to the soaring truth that a mother's love can never be silenced, and that even the ugliest war cannot defeat the power of a nurtured imagination -- Jeanine Cummins, author of <i>American Dirt</i>