A Nest Full of Eggs

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Harper Collins, Mar 31, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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This first look at robins follows a full year of growth and change: how the birds develop inside their egg during the spring, how they mature from chicks into fledglings in the summer, how they learn to fly in the fall, and how they leave for warmer climes in winter—only to return when spring comes around again.

1995 Best Children’s Science Books (BL)


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Birds are fascinating creatures. We see through the book how birds make nest, hatch eggs, the life cycle of a bird and the reproduction process. This is a great book to break down this concept for children to learn. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Priscilla Belz Jenkins is the author of two other books in the Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science series: A Nest Full of Eggs, illustrated by Lizzy Rockwell, and Falcons Nest on Skyscrapers, illustrated by Megan Lloyd. Ms. Jenkins lives in San Rafael, CA.

Martin Classen has illustrated Tide Pools by Ronald Rood. He lives in the Bronx, NY.

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