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Birds: A Book of Hanging Ornaments

by Douglas Sardo

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0810931494, Hardcover)

Tied with a gold elastic cord, this sweet little "book" is really a set of five press-out ornaments, each a nicely painted depiction of a North American bird. Printed on heavy cardboard stock, the die-cut ornaments can be pressed out, tied with the gold cord, and hung on a tree or even from a window. When not in use, they fit right back into the book. Accompanying text describes the joys of bird watching and offers ideas on ways to get started in the hobby and how to attract birds to your yard. Each of the birds--the blue jay, the rose-breasted grosbeak, the northern cardinal, the Baltimore oriole, and the American goldfinch--also receives an informative identifying paragraph describing its habits, song, territory, and other pertinent facts.

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