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Books with title Our Feathered Friends: Level 2

  • Our Feathered Friends: Level 2


    Paperback (Zonderkidz, March 27, 2011)
    Did you know …The hummingbird’s heart beats 1,260 times every minute? That an owl can turn his head almost all the way around? Read all about these and other birds of the air God has given us.
  • Our Feathered Friends: Level 2


    eBook (Zonderkidz, March 22, 2011)
    These exciting photos and facts show children the wonders of God’s creation. Includes simple text perfect for level two readers. Titles include: Rainforest Creatures; Under the Sea; Birds of the Air; Bugs, Bugs, Bugs; Freezing Friends; and Creatures Down Under. Rainforest Creatures features unusual yet familiar animals like the sloth and the tree kangaroo and facts about their habitat. Under the Sea will feature facts about sea creatures such as the giant squid, baseball fish, and the blue-ringed octopus. Birds of the Air will include facts about flying friends like the macaw, toucan, flamingo, and yellow-bellied sapsucker. Bugs, Bugs, Bugs will tell about stinkbugs, dung beetles, killer bees, and more. Creatures Down Under will tell about the platypus, kookaburra, kangaroo, and crocodile and coral. Freezing Friends will focus on Polar bears, seal, penguin, and walrus. Farm Animal Babies will focus on familiar farm animal babies, their special names, and characteristics. Forest Animal Babies will focus on fun forest animal babies like raccoons, mountain lions, and baby birds and their special characteristics. Jungle Animal Babies will focus on fun jungle animal babies like monkeys, panthers, and baby birds and their special characteristics.
  • Feathered Friends!

    Santa Carruth

    language (, March 31, 2020)
    A children's book, seen through the eyes of a child, as he goes through his day and encounters various types of beautiful birds in his own surroundings. Poetic in style and fun to read! Do you ever lie in bed and hear the birds chirping through your window? Or sit outside and enjoy the sound of the birds singing? It is one of the simplest pleasures that we can experience, and hopefully children everywhere are able to enjoy that same wonderful feeling in real life and through this story!
  • Feathered friends

    Robert O. Zeleny

    Hardcover (World Book, March 15, 1983)
    Text and pictures describe a variety of birds, arranged according to their geographic location: town, forests, mountains, jungle, desert, sea, far north, etc.
  • Feathered Friends

    Gordon Hill

    language (Gordon Robert Hill, Aug. 25, 2014)
    Feathered Friends is a fast-moving adventure story for 8 to 12-year-olds in which four exotic bird buddies find themselves in a race against time to thwart a fiendish plot of a ruthless businessman, whose greed threatens not only the birds of North America, but the entire world! Action-packed and often very funny, it tells how the birds are helped in a unique way by the advice of a very special human friend.About the author: I was formerly a scriptwriter and cartoonist in British children's comics. I am currently working on my next children's ebook, Stop Laughing!
  • Our Feathered Friends

    Joseph Grinnell, Elizabeth Grinnell

    Hardcover (Palala Press, Sept. 3, 2015)
    This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Therefore, you will see the original copyright references, library stamps (as most of these works have been housed in our most important libraries around the world), and other notations in the work. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work.As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
  • Feeding Our Feathered Friends

    Dean T. Spaulding

    Library Binding (Lerner Pub Group, Sept. 1, 1997)
    Provides step-by-step instructions on building a backyard birdfeeder and explains which birds like which kinds of food, the best times to fill feeders, and how to keep squirrels away
  • Our Feathered Friends


    (D.C. Heath & Co.,, Boston:, Jan. 1, 1902)
  • Our feathered friends

    Elizabeth Grinnell

    Paperback (University of California Libraries, Jan. 1, 1898)
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  • Housing Our Feathered Friends

    Dean T. Spaulding

    Library Binding (Lerner Pub Group, April 1, 1997)
    Provides information on the nests birds build and instructions for building several birdhouses at various levels of difficulty
  • Feathered Friends

    Mabel Watts, Marge Opitz

    Hardcover (Rand McNally, March 15, 1957)
    Vintage children's book
  • Feathered Friends

    Mabel Watts, Marge Opitz

    Hardcover (Rand McNally & Company, March 15, 1957)
    Oversize Rand McNally Super Book. A beautiful introduction to birds for the young birdwatcher by Mabel Watts, with charming illustrations in vibrant tints by Marge Opitz. There is a verse and full-page illustration for each bird, which include: the wren, the mockingbird, the pigeon, the parrot, the woodpecker, the bluejay, the cardinal, the hummingbird, the lark, the swallow, the bobwhite, the robin, the chickadee, and the canary.