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Not a book for adults- not enough information for children or Adults not pleased.Published 1 month ago by charlotte a. settles
Beautiful illustrations add to this simple, sweet look at birds. This was a favorite with my preschool class and one I will introduce each year!Published 1 month ago by sallyamz
Beautiful photos! Not a story that grabs readers necessarily but it is the pictures that do so. Great tool when teaching about birds to introduce or start your unit. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathryn Johnson
Birds by Kevin Henkes
Colors, shapes and sounds of the many birds the little girl finds they share something in common. Read more
As part of our first-grade bird study, I read this beautiful book. Imagine what the sky would look like if birds left a trail of color with their tail feathers... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Manuel
This is a beautiful book but hasn't been the hit I expected it to be with my 20 month old grandson who is fascinated by birds. Again, I think it will be a book he grows into. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Terri Edmondson