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Feathers: Poems About Birds

by Eileen Spinelli

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Feathers is a poetry collection all about birds!
  Auhewitt | Feb 21, 2018 |
Poems about familiar and unfamiliar birds. These poems are cute and cleverly written. There are true facts about the birds written in the poems with even more information to be found in the back of the book. Great for all ages! ( )
  ashoemak | Jan 17, 2013 |
Beautifully written and illustrated picture book of poetry about birds. ( )
  JanetB2 | Jul 28, 2012 |
Nice poems about birds. I like it because it tells a bit about each bird and what they do ( )
  boaz9 | Jan 12, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0805067132, Hardcover)


Here is a house, dear robin.
The floor and walls are strong.
It's safe from wind
and snug from rain
and yours for just a song.


Birds of all kinds abound in this sprightly collection of feathery friends

How does a pelican say hello, a dipper swim, or a plover find a meal in a crocodile's mouth? Where does a cygnet go when it is frightened? These are some of the many questions explored in Eileen Spinelli's lyrical poems and Lisa McCue's charming pictures.
Whether children are studying birds in the classroom or are just curious about bird antics and behavior, this playful collection makes an ideal choice for all.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:36 -0400)

More than twenty-five poems about both common and unusual birds.

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