A Place for Birds

A Place for Birds
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March 01, 2009
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This fact-filled look at the amazing world of birds includes a call to action to protect these beautiful creatures. In a simple introduction to birds and ecology, Stewart presents specific ways people can help protect them. Full color.

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Reader reviewed by Rita Lorraine Hubbard, The Original H.I.R. (Historical Investigative Reporter)

The whole world is "going green," and science writer Melissa Stewart is doing her part. Her book, A Place for Birds, is a wonderful installment of knowledge for people and communities looking for ways to enjoy our birds and preserve our ecosystems in the process.

In addition to displaying artist Higgins Bonds' brilliant, life-like illustrations of the various birds of North America, Stewart's book also offers a list of important things communities, industries--even birdwatchers, can do to protect these beautiful creatures.

Stewart's text is simple enough for the emerging reader to grasp, yet informative enough for the serious budding conservationist.

Peachtree Publishing has done it again, marrying simple yet informative text with rich and beautiful illustrations to make the perfect addition to the science or conservation classroom.

Don't miss out; add a copy to your classroom today.
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