The lesson of this parable would be better if the story had more to it. It was a flitty and flimsy type of story. Also the pages weren't consistent -- sometimes vertical, sometimes horizontal. And then the small boring font isn't for a children's story. I'm sure in printed form those problems don't exist. But in an ebook, they are magnified.
There are some authors that can carry out hyperbole in a way that bypasses a child's disbelief, such as Dr. Seuss and Maurice Sendak ("Where the Wild Things Are") Their styles grip readers of all ages and transports beyond normal imagination to new worlds. But I feel "Bird Hugs" doesn't quite do that -- maybe because this book is too short.