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Books with title Our Nest

  • Nest

    Esther Ehrlich, Jenna Lamia, Listening Library

    Audiobook (Listening Library, March 3, 2015)
    For fans of Jennifer Holm (Penny From Heaven, Turtle in Paradise), a heartfelt and unforgettable middle-grade novel about an irresistible girl and her family, tragic change, and the healing power of love and friendship. In 1972 home is a cozy nest on Cape Cod for 11-year-old Naomi "Chirp" Orenstein, her older sister Rachel; her psychiatrist father; and her dancer mother. But then Chirp's mom develops symptoms of a serious disease, and everything changes. Chirp finds comfort in watching her beloved wild birds. She also finds a true friend in Joey, the mysterious boy who lives across the street. Together they create their own private world and come up with the perfect plan: Escape. Adventure. Discovery. Nest is Esther Ehrlich’s stunning debut novel. Her lyrical writing is honest, humorous, and deeply affecting. Chirp and Joey will steal your heart. Long after you finish Nest, the spirit of Chirp and her loving family will stay with you.
  • Our Nest

    Reeve Lindbergh, Jill McElmurry

    Hardcover (Candlewick, March 8, 2004)
    With soothing language and enchanting illustrations, this gentle picture book leads children from the warm nest of their bed to the ever-expanding embrace of the world around them.Snuggled in bed,You’re all safe and warm,Like a bird in a nest in a tree.A child tucked in bed, a doe curled in the grass, a boat anchored in the harbor — everything has a nest. Even the ocean needs the earth to be its nest, while beyond, the universe holds the stars. In this tender poem, Reeve Lindbergh and Jill McElmurry use an ever-widening focus to show children the vast world beyond their beds, and all the love and comfort to be found there.
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  • Nest

    Jorey Hurley

    Board book (Little Simon, Dec. 15, 2015)
    Simple text and beautiful illustrations follow a baby bird through the seasons in this sweet tale now available as Classic Board Book.From birth, to first flight, to a new friend, the first year of a bird’s life is full of activity and wonder. Artist Jorey Hurley pairs vivid, crisp artwork with simple, minimal text—often just one word per spread—to create a breathtaking, peaceful chronicle of nature and life’s milestones. This book is now available as a Classic Board Book, perfect for young readers.
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  • Our Nest

    Reeve Lindbergh, Jill Mcelmurry

    Hardcover (Candlewick, March 8, 2004)
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  • Nest

    Jorey Hurley

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, Feb. 4, 2014)
    In her picture book debut, artist Jorey Hurley opens our eyes to the wonders of the natural world and tells a universal story of family.From birth, to first flight, to new friend, the first year of a bird’s life is full of activity and wonder. Artist Jorey Hurley pairs vivid, crisp artwork with simple, minimal text—often just one word per spread—to create a breathtaking, peaceful chronicle of nature and life’s milestones.
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  • Nest

    Jorey Hurley

    eBook (Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, Feb. 4, 2014)
    A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
  • Nest

    Esther Ehrlich

    eBook (Oneworld Publications, July 2, 2015)
    I run all the way to my tree, so that once I get there, my body’s nice and warm. Most people would say it’s too cold now to hang out in a salt marsh, even with the sun and even with a baby blanket wrapped around me, but I’m not most people.Eleven-year-old Naomi ‘Chirp’ Orenstein and her family live an idyllic life on Cape Cod on the east coast of America. Surrounded by sandy beaches, fresh air and wildlife, Chirp is free to roam as she pleases. But when Chirp’s mum is diagnosed with a life-threatening disease, her happy little world begins to collapse around her.Chirp finds solace in her beloved birdwatching, and her friendship with mysterious outsider Joey. Chirp and Joey take on the world together, dreaming up a host of daring adventures. They explore the woods and the salt marshes – they want to see everything they can. But Chirp cannot keep running forever.
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  • Saving Our Nest

    Chris Conquer

    language (, Jan. 8, 2014)
    It all started when Wilbur got his claws trapped in the nest. Venus, who happened to be a cuckoo, helped Wilbur to break free, but in doing so she had damaged the nest and it crashed onto the forest floor.The nest needed to be taken back up the tree before Wilbur's mum returned. But as usual, all that Venus wanted to do was eat.Please buy the book to find out what happened.
  • Nest

    Esther Ehrlich, Jenna Lamia

    Audio CD (Listening Library, Aug. 16, 2015)
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  • Nest

    Brian Wildsmith

    Library Binding (Rebound By Sagebrush, Oct. 15, 1999)
    Two birds build a nest in the branches of a tree. But if it's a tree, why is it moving?
  • Nest

    Esther Ehrlich

    Paperback (Oneworld Publications, Aug. 16, 2001)
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  • Our Nest

    Reeve Lindbergh

    Hardcover (Candlewick, March 15, 1886)
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