Willow dances alone beneath the sugarberry tree at recess. She dances in her very own sunflower garden at home. And she dances with the little baby fairies her mother looks after. Her mother and father, her teachers and classmates, and even all the doctors in the land are puzzled by her silence, but Willow dances on.
One day, when Willow’s mother notices her daughter and the little fairies dancing and laughing together, she realizes that Willow has been communicating all along—through movement. Soon, Willow teaches her mother and father, her friends, and all the townspeople to express themselves through dance, bringing life and color back into their gloomy, storm-devastated town.
Willow’s Words is the story of a girl who found her voice through dance, and how everyone around her learned to listen.