David and The Phoenix

David and the Phoenix is a 1957 children's novel about a young boy's adventures with a Phoenix. It was the first book written by American Edward Ormondroyd, a tale of friendship between two different species, a young boy and a magical bird, beginning with David's education in the ways of the mythical world and ending with the Phoenix's rebirth.

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