Birds, Nests, and Eggs

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Gareth Stevens, Jan 1, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Young Naturalist Field Guides are the books for children to take along when they explore forests, meadows, and seashores or want to learn more about flowers, frogs, rabbits, birds, bugs, snakes, and more! Numerous experts and organizations have provided invaluable assistance in the preparation of this series. Each volume contains many craft and activity projects to enhance understanding and provide greater involvement and motivation for every young naturalist.

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Review: Birds, Nests, and Eggs

User Review  - Sheri - Goodreads

Fynn is intrigued with birds and their nests. This is a great book for the budding birder or naturalist. Read full review

Review: Birds, Nests, and Eggs

User Review  - Linda Costello - Goodreads

Great science book which describes the bird and what their eggs and nest are like. Read full review

Contents

Binds Nests and Eggs
5
BLUE JAY
12
RUBYTHROATED HUMMINGBIRD
18
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Leslie Dendy has been teaching biology and chemistry for nearly thirty years. She is the author of "Tracks, Scats, and Signs" and lives with her husband in Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Mel Boring is the author of a number of nonfiction picture books, as well as a novel. He lives in Rockford, Iowa, with his family.
C. B. Mordan is the illustrator of several books for young readers, including "Lost: A Story in String," He lives near Kansas City, Missouri.

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