"Jenkins's dynamic, brightly colored collages show the birds from different viewpoints and are often quite dramatic, especially the black silhouettes of the animals set against a red sky at sunset. The use of questions in the poetic text will also engage children. . . . A welcome resource." —School Library Journal
"Sayre's text is positively gleeful in its exposure of the previously unacceptable subject matter to a child audience, depicting vultures not as cartoon villains but as a necessary part of nature. Jenkins's textured collages reveal unapologetically ugly vultures against a breathtakingly clean blue sky, almost chortling as they juxtapose lovely blossoms with the decomposing deer carcass." —Kirkus Reviews --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
This has whole pages of bright illustrations that show what the vulture sees. The text is simple and easy to read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by crazyoaks
with a new fascination for vultures, my nephew fell in love with this book. The illustrations are beautiful! It was a big hit!Published 8 months ago by Cherry