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Stunt Crow: Adventures in Nature (1) Paperback – March 6, 2014
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About the Author
David is an artist blacksmith and writer, inspired by the natural world and the oft overlooked magic of reality. David's work draws on the ancient landscape of England, where he lives and works with his family in a converted watermill. Mike is a self-taught artist and illustrator, able to translate ideas and poetry into sweeping landscapes and dazzling action. He also lives in rural England in a small house with too many paintings and not enough walls.
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Living on the water, we delight at watching the various species of birds, and initially I thought I’d read this after a day on the lake to relax the girls for bedtime. Now I’m thinking this book will arouse their attention and have them asking questions into the night. Delightful crow!
I found the story compelling and should the girls have anything more specific to add, I’ll report back to let you know if this age group is as delighted by the prose and artwork as I. I’m recommending not only to riends with young children, but to anyone interested in nature and animals.
This is more like a short cartoon or maybe something a school teacher could read to her class when she has 5 minutes to spare. I'm sure they would be worried for the crow.
Great pictures, interesting story. Even I enjoyed it!