"The Tale of Jolly Robin" by Arthur Scott Bailey is a charming children's book that tells the story of Jolly Robin, a cheerful and optimistic bird who lives in the Green Meadows. Jolly Robin is known for his bright red breast and melodious singing. He is one of the most beloved and respected birds in the Green Meadows and the Green Forest. Jolly Robin's cheerful demeanor and beautiful songs bring joy to all the creatures of the woods. The story follows Jolly Robin as he goes about his daily life, singing his songs and interacting with other animals, including his friends such as Chatterer the Red Squirrel and Striped Chipmunk. Jolly Robin's songs play a significant role in the lives of these animals, providing entertainment and even warnings about danger. As the narrative unfolds, readers learn about Jolly Robin's experiences, from building a nest and raising a family to facing various challenges and dangers in the forest. Jolly Robin's positive attitude and determination inspire those around him, and he often finds creative solutions to problems. Arthur Scott Bailey's storytelling captures the beauty of nature and the importance of friendship, community, and perseverance. Through the character of Jolly Robin, young readers are introduced to the wonders of the natural world and the value of spreading joy and kindness. "The Tale of Jolly Robin" is not only an engaging and heartwarming story but also an educational one that teaches children about the habits and behaviors of birds and other woodland creatures. It encourages an appreciation for the beauty of the natural world and the importance of living harmoniously with one's environment. Overall, "The Tale of Jolly Robin" remains a beloved addition to Arthur Scott Bailey's series of animal stories, offering young readers an enchanting glimpse into the lives of forest creatures and the power of optimism and song.