A Micro-Chip on My Shoulder: A True Story of a Little Poult

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 28 pages
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This is a delightful true story of one baby turkey poult and his journey to adulthood. Heritage turkeys are endangered livestock. These varieties of turkeys are wonderful parents. Mothers often share raising all the babies together. Even the dads will nurture the young poults by keeping them safe and warm. They love people and make all their human visitors laugh with their antics. Christina has been a professional artist for 30 years and lovingly illustrated the book with beautiful watercolors of these remarkable birds.

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Christina lives in southern Maryland on a sustainable homestead with her husband, Frank, two cats, extensive gardens, 15 sheep, heritage chickens, and a flock of critically endangered Jersey Buff Turkeys. Christina has been a full-time professional artist for 30 years. She received her BFA from the University of Rhode Island and her M.A. T. from Rhode Island School of Design. She works daily in her Corn Crib Studio.

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