A boy makes friends with a talking bird who has many secrets.
Jake has befriended a crow that he calls Birdy. Birdy tells Jake about some history which he has seen for himself in his very long life.
Dad probably does not believe that Birdy can talk – after all he is just a crow – and yet he does seem rather clever and useful.
Jake goes trick-treating with a real Tudor ghost from Hampton Court Palace where Henry VIII lived.
Jake’s best friend is a crow called Birdy who can talk – but nobody else in Jake’s life has heard Birdy speak. Some seagulls have nested on Jake’s roof and are bothering the workmen on the roof. Birdy comes to help
It’s going to be a candle-lit Christmas for Jake and his family, because the electricity is not working. How will they cook Christmas Dinner? Jake’s, best friend, a magical crow called Birdy has an idea.