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Books with title Birds

  • Birds

    Carme Lemniscates

    Hardcover (Candlewick Studio, March 12, 2019)
    Brilliant graphic illustrations and a gentle, thought-provoking text pay homage to birds and their wonder-inspiring ways.Birds are like thoughts.They come, stay awhile . . .and then fly away. Birds come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. They like to chat with one another as they fly high and low in the sky. Birds make music, with songs that are like the loving words of a friend, and we are lucky enough to enjoy those sweet melodies. But best of all, birds are capable of flying wherever they please — they just let their hearts guide them. And we can do that, too, if we use our imaginations. In a lyrical ode to our winged friends, the creator of Trees turns her eye to a diverse class of creatures that has much to teach about transcending the barriers that lie between us.
  • Birds

    Scott Weindensaul

    Paperback (Scholastic Reference, May 1, 1998)
    Children can experience nature in a whole new way in an engaging field guide to our feathered friends, which includes a general overview section, an identification section, and a laminated spotter's guide. Simultaneous.
  • Birds

    Rich Linville

    language (, April 17, 2020)
    There are more than ten thousand different kinds of birds. Birds are warm-blooded animals with a backbone, strong skeleton and toothless beaked jaws. They have hollow bones that help them fly. There are all sizes of birds. The bee hummingbird is the smallest bird., The ostriches is the biggest. Birds are an important part of our world.
  • Birds

    Kevin Henkes, Laura Dronzek

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, Feb. 17, 2009)
    In what the New York Times Book Review calls “a perfect book,” a little girl watches birds from her window and dreams she can fly. A board book edition of the critically acclaimed picture book from the award-winning husband-and-wife team of Kevin Henkes and Laura Dronzek. An ALA Notable Book.Birds “will resonate with the youngest children,” said School Library Journal. With a fine eye for detail, a girl observes and describes birds—their sizes, their colors, their shapes, the way they move and appear and disappear, and how they are most like her. She imagines what it would be like if clouds looked like birds, or if she could ask the birds questions. Though she can’t fly, the girl can do one thing birds do—she can sing. Vibrant and lively paintings accompany a text pitched precisely to preschoolers in this husband-and-wife collaboration. This board book edition offers a fresh perspective and a new point of view to very young children. Booklist said, “Together, the words and pictures create a book that will enchant preschool audiences again and again.”
  • Birds

    Ann O. Squire

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Sept. 1, 2013)
    Whether they use their wings to soar high above the treetops or swim through freezing cold waters, all birds are related. Readers will learn about the different types of birds that make up the 9,600 species living today and find out how birds' unique physical features help them thrive in almost every environment on Earth.
  • Birds

    Peter Alden, Roger Tory Peterson, John Sill

    Paperback (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, )
  • Birds

    René Mettler

    Spiral-bound (My First Discoveries, Oct. 1, 2012)
    Discover the world of birds, their feathers and their flight, their nests and their eggs.
  • Birds

    Jane Werner Watson, Eloise Wilkin

    Hardcover (golden press, Nov. 1, 1977)
  • Birds

    Angela Royston

    Paperback (Heinemann, Jan. 1, 2015)
    This book is all about birds: what they do, how they behave, and how these characteristics are different from other groups of animals. Beautifully illustrated with colorful photographs, the book shows many examples of different types of birds in their natural environment.
  • Birds, Birds, Birds!

    Judy Braus

    Paperback (Natl Wildlife Federation, May 1, 1991)
    Birds, Birds, Birds! (Ranger Rick's Naturescope Series)
  • Birds

    Robyn Hardyman

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2017)
    A flock of many different birds is ready to be assembled in this makerspace title. Origami outlines ensure that young crafters will not have to wing it when it comes to making paper birds. Along with the clear folding instructions are bonus bird facts that just might turn kids into birders!
  • Birds

    Scott Weidensaul, Annette Tison, Talus Taylor

    Hardcover (Scholastic, May 1, 1998)
    An informative, visual guide to the natural science of birds as well as a field guide to over 150 species found in North America.