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  • Balance the Birds

    Susie Ghahremani

    Hardcover (Harry N. Abrams, Oct. 2, 2018)
    A follow-up to Stack the Cats, Balance the Birds is about balance and relative size. When birds spot a tree and decide to land on its branches, the readers can help them find the perfect balance. Like Stack the Cats, Balance the Birds introduces key early math skills for toddlers.
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  • Balance the Birds

    Susie Ghahremani

    eBook (Abrams Appleseed, Oct. 2, 2018)
    A follow-up to Stack the Cats, Balance the Birds is about balance and relative size. When birds spot a tree and decide to land on its branches, the readers can help them find the perfect balance. Like Stack the Cats, Balance the Birds introduces key early math skills for toddlers.
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  • The Balance

    Neal Wooten

    eBook (Bold Strokes Books, April 14, 2014)
    In a dystopian future, life hangs in the balance. Piri is a nineteen-year-old boy who lives in a technological metropolis that rises above the clouds. But when an accident drops him out of the city, everything changes. At first terrified by the atrocious reality of life on the surface, including surviving gruesome creatures known as Scavs, Piri is soon mesmerized by the bond they have for one another. He also comes to understand his own feelings for Niko, the boy who rescued him. In the end, Piri chooses love over comfort. But things are never as they seem. When he discovers just how far the city dwellers will go to maintain control, and the horrific truth behind an ancient and secret alliance, he will do everything he can to protect his new family—and disrupt the balance.
  • The Balance

    Neal Wooten

    Paperback (Bold Strokes Books, April 15, 2014)
    In a dystopian future, life hangs in the balance. Piri is a nineteen-year-old boy who lives in a technological metropolis that rises above the clouds. But when an accident drops him out of the city, everything changes. At first terrified by the atrocious reality of life on the surface, including surviving gruesome creatures known as Scavs, Piri is soon mesmerized by the bond they have for one another. He also comes to understand his own feelings for Niko, the boy who rescued him. In the end, Piri chooses love over comfort. But things are never as they seem. When he discovers just how far the city dwellers will go to maintain control, and the horrific truth behind an ancient and secret alliance, he will do everything he can to protect his new family—and disrupt the balance.
  • The Birds

    Marva Thunderbird

    eBook (Marva Thunderbird, May 1, 2018)
    This book was written to help promote ending bullying among children of all ages.And too inform them of bullying within a story form, also to think about the importance's of their actions the birds and nature is always watching, the author is asking for all children too be beautiful and always play well...
  • The Birds

    Ms Marva Thunderbird

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 4, 2018)
    This book was written to help promote and end bullying amongst children of all ages to inform them the signs of bullying within a story form as well as the importance's of their actions with each other the birds and nature is always watching the author is asking for all children too be beautiful and always play well...
  • The birds,

    Roger Tory Peterson

    Hardcover (Time inc, March 15, 1963)
    adult nature bird book
  • The Birds

    Roger Tory Peterson

    Hardcover (Time-Life International, March 15, 1967)
    The association of men with birds has been long and close. Birds and men alike are active mostly during the day, so they share a familiar world of color and sound. In ancient times, priests of pagan cults believed that in some way bird flight foretold the future. And for centuries men tried to imitate flight itself - some going so far as to build wings that they attached to their bodies. Though we have finally succeeded in mastering flight, the ponderous machines that take us aloft are no match in grace and flexibility for the soaring, diving, darting, climbing actions of a bird on the wing.Birds have helped men for thousands of years. The warning cries of geese once saved Rome from surprise attack, and even today canaries warn coal miners of the presence of methane gas. Truly, birds touch us in unexpected ways. They are far more to us than game to be shot or chickadees and cardinals to brighten a suburban winter.No man is more aware of the importance of birds than Roger Tory Peterson. His Field Guide to Birds of America and subsequent field guides on birds of other countries have made him the world's best known bird expert; his system of identification and his paintings of bird life have revolutionized bird watching. Small wonder that the Editors of Time-Life Books were delighted to have him as the author of this fine volume.- Dean AmadonLamont Curator of BirdsChairman of the department of OrnithologyThe American Museum of Natural History- the Introduction
  • the birds

    james & ruth mccrea

    Hardcover (Atheneum, March 15, 1967)
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  • The birds

    Roger Tory Peterson

    Hardcover (Time-Life Books, March 15, 1979)
    Book is in Very Good Condition. Illustrated and still photos fill these informational pages about The Birds. Crisp pages and a tight binding. Cover is clean with light shelf wear. Book looks great for this Vintage Time- Life reading nature series. Stored in a new protective poly bag. Fulfilled by Amazon and eligible for Prime Shipping and FREE standard shipping for orders over $49. read less
  • The Birds

    Isabel B Wasson

    Hardcover (California State Dept. of Education, Jan. 1, 1967)
    The Birds - California State Series by Roger Tory Peterson and The Editors of LIFE Published by California State Department of Education, Sacramento, 1967, copyright 1963
  • The birds

    Roger Tory Peterson

    Hardcover (Time-Life Books, March 15, 1973)
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