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Bird Log Kids
Bird Log Kids
by Deanna Brandt
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Record your encounters with birds in this fantastic, interactive book! Kids can write about and draw the birds they see. They can paste photos, postcards and feathers found on the ground. Plus, thereís great info to learn about individual species.... (read more)

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What Bluebirds Do
What Bluebirds Do
by Pamela F. Kirby
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Simple text and stunning photographs capture the family life of one of America’s most beloved backyard birds. A sky-blue male bluebird and his mate choose the perfect home and care for their chicks from hatching through fledging.“Kids will... (read more)

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Fine Feathered Friends: All about Birds (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)
Fine Feathered Friends: All about Birds (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library)
by Tish Rabe
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Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat introduces Sally and Dick to a variety of birds, from the ten-foot ostrich to the two-inch hummingbird.... (read more)

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Owls
Owls
by Gail Gibbons
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From the smallest (the elf owl) to the largest (the great gray owl), here is information about the 21 types of owls believed to be living in North America. From egg to owlet to fierce bird of prey, this title provides an insightful look at these... (read more)

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Vulture View
Vulture View
by April Pulley Sayre
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Turkey vultures soar on the balmy air, looking for their next stinky feast. These birds dont hunt—they like their food to be already dead, and their eating habits serve a very important ecological role. Vultures are part of natures clean-up... (read more)

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Angry Birds Playground: Atlas: A Global Geography Adventure
Angry Birds Playground: Atlas: A Global Geography Adventure
by National Geographic Childrens Books
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Thunder Birds: Nature's Flying Predators
Thunder Birds: Nature's Flying Predators
by Jim Arnosky
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Acclaimed naturalist and illustrator Jim Arnosky helps birds and imaginations take glorious flight in this breathtaking nonfiction picture book with six giant gatefolds. Arnosky will draw out kids' inner explorer as he explains why there are no feathers... (read more)

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Birds of Prey
Birds of Prey
by Wayne Lynch
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Each title in this animal series highlights a different animal species from around the world, showing where the animal lives, what it eats, when it sleeps, how it raises its young, and much more.... (read more)

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Those Outrageous Owls
Those Outrageous Owls
by Laura Wyatt
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-Why are owls eyes so big? When do owls sleep. Why do they hoot? How many kinds are there? Why do horned owls have horns? These are just a few of the 20 things you will learn about those outrageous owls.- You'll understand how owls save us money and that... (read more)

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Why Do Snakes Hiss? (Dial Easy-To-Read)
Why Do Snakes Hiss? (Dial Easy-To-Read)
by Joan Holub
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Many people like snakes, lizards, and turtles, and there?s so much to find out about all of these scaly-skinned animals. Are all snakes poisonous? Why do snakes shed their skin? What unusual things can lizards do? Do lizards ever lose their tails? Why do... (read more)

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Bats (Living Wild)
Bats (Living Wild)
by Melissa Gish
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A look at bats, including their habitats, physical characteristics such as their fragile wings, behaviors, relationships with humans, and persecuted status in the world today.... (read more)

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Thump!/The Lost Egg (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat) (Pictureback)
Thump!/The Lost Egg (Dr. Seuss/Cat in the Hat) (Pictureback)
by Tish Rabe
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The Burgess Bird Book for Children
The Burgess Bird Book for Children
by Thornton W. Burgess
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This book was written to supply a definite need. Its preparation was undertaken at the urgent request of booksellers and others who have felt the lack of a satisfactory medium of introduction to bird life for little children. As such, and in no sense... (read more)

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Toucans (Big Buddy Books: South American Animals)
Toucans (Big Buddy Books: South American Animals)
by Julie Murray
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Presents information about the toucans of South America, looking at their physical characteristics, how they use their distinctive bills, what they eat, how they behave, and how they raise their young.... (read more)

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Common Birds Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books)
Common Birds Stickers (Dover Little Activity Books)
by Jan Sovak
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Accurate depictions of 17 familiar birds include junco, finch, cardinal, nuthatch, oriole, blue jay, bluebird, goldfinch, hummingbird, robin, 7 others.... (read more)

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Caring for Your Parakeet (Pet Care Library)
Caring for Your Parakeet (Pet Care Library)
by Colleen Sexton
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Parakeets are very intelligent pets and can even learn to talk to their owners! This process can take a while because you must gradually make your parakeet comfortable in its new surroundings. Learn how to talk gently to it and feed it, and soon you will... (read more)

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Saving Birds: Heroes Around the World
Saving Birds: Heroes Around the World
by Pete Salmansohn
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Can they do it? Can they save black robins from extinction in New Zealand when there are only five left in the world? Will they be able to use puppet shows and posters in the rainforests of Mexico to protect the colorful quetzal? Can painted turkey... (read more)

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The Life Cycle of a Pelican (Nature's Life Cycles)
The Life Cycle of a Pelican (Nature's Life Cycles)
by Anna Kingston
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Born without feathers and later developing in to a tremendous flier that searches the seas for food, the pelican is a fascinating bird. This life cycle book presents the pelicans glorious transition, from hatchling to expert at flying, swimming, and... (read more)

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Can't Penguins Fly? (Why Why Why)
Can't Penguins Fly? (Why Why Why)
by Mason Crest Publishers (cor)
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Kids have lots of questions and this series gives them some answers. Full of interesting facts, colorful drawings, and quick activities to help kids learn.... (read more)

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Who Who Whooooo?
Who Who Whooooo?
by Virgina M. Beaurline
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A Christian tale for children.Author Virginia M. Beaurline (1915-1995) and illustrator Harriet M. Reil (1912-) were sisters, born in Manistique, Michigan. Their family relocated to St. Paul, Minnesota, where both married and had children. Through the... (read more)

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